Section: Statutes containing references to rules
8. a. At least 72 hours before a pesticide, other than a low impact pesticide, is used on school property, the local school board, the board of trustees of a charter school, or the principal or chief administrator of a private school, as appropriate, shall post a sign that provides notice of the application of the pesticide (1) in a prominent place that is in or adjacent to the location to be treated; and (2) at each entrance to the building or school ground to be treated.
b. A sign required pursuant to subsection a. of this section for the application of a pesticide shall (1) remain posted for at least 72 hours after the end of the treatment; (2) be at least 8 « inches by 11 inches; and (3) state the same information as that required for prior notification of the pesticide application pursuant to section 7 of this act.
c. In the case of outdoor pesticide applications, each sign shall include three dates, in chronological order, on which the outdoor pesticide application may take place if the preceding date is canceled due to weather. A sign shall be posted after an outdoor pesticide application in accordance with subsection b. of this section.
d. The requirement imposed pursuant to this section shall be in addition to any requirements imposed pursuant to the "Pesticide Control Act of 1971," P.L.1971, c.176 (C.13:1F-1 et seq.), and any rules or regulations adopted pursuant thereto.
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