Most pesticide products contain substances in addition to the active ingredient(s) that are referred to as inert ingredients or sometimes as “other ingredients.” An inert ingredient generally is any substance (or group of similar substances) other than an active ingredient that is intentionally included in a pesticide product. Examples of inert ingredients include emulsifiers, solvents, carriers, aerosol propellants, fragrances and dyes.
The following Colonial Chemical products are permitted for use in Food and Non-food Use and Non-food Use Only categories. More information is available from the EPA website.
|Inert Product Name||910||Non-Food Use Only|