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    The Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Law in Michigan

    The Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, Act 451 of 1994, as amended, and Regulation 637 require that before a pesticide application is made in schools, public buildings, and health care  facilities, two things must take place:

    1. A pesticide applicator must attend a Michigan Department of Agriculture and
      Rural Development approved IPM Training Program BEFORE making a pesticide
      application in schools, public
       buildings, or health care facilities.

    2. A verifiable IPM Program must be in place for each building.
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     •  Who Needs to Comply with Integrated Pest Management (IPM)?
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