New Hampshie Regulations
New Hampshire law requires that anyone applying pesticides on property that they do not own, as part of their business or not, must be certified (licensed) as a commercial pesticide applicator. Licensing is required regardless of whether the applicator gets paid for the service or whether the pesticide would be classified as general use, including over-the-counter homeowner-type pesticides or "natural" or "organic" materials, or whether the pesticide is classified as restricted use (pesticides that require a certain license to purchase).
New Hampshire commercial applicator licenses are specific to a particular category that is generally defined by the site to which pesticides are applied.
Topics in this resource include:
- Commercial Applicator Licensing
- Supervisory License
- Operational License
- Supervisory Registration Certificate - For General Use Only
- Private Applicator Licensing
- General Use and Restricted Pesticides
- How to Apply for a Commercial Pesticide License
- How to Obtain a Supervisory Registration Certificate - For General Use
- And Additional Resources