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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

SECTION 1: PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
PRODUCT NAME:
EnviOn
EPA REG. NUMBER: 769-987
PRODUCT NUMBER: 51070-51075
MANUFACTURER:
Value Garden Supply
ADDRESS:
P.O. Box 585, St. Joseph, MO 64502
WEBSITE:
www.allprovector.com
MANUFACTURER PHONE:
(888) 603-1008
MANUFACTURER FAX PHONE:
(952) 884-6149
EMERGENCY PHONE:
(800) 858-7378
PRODUCT USE:
For effective control of Adult Mosquitoes. For application by Public Health Officials and Trained
Personnel of Mosquito Abatement Districts and Other Mosquito Control Programs.

SECTION 2: COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

INGREDIENTS*: CAS NO. % WT OSHA TWA OSHA STEL ACGIH TWA ACGIH STEL
Permethrin:

* All ingredients in quantities > 1.0 % (0.1 % for carcinogens or teratogens) that are potentially hazardous per OSHA
definitions
N/A = not applicable NE = not established
SECTION 3: HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

EMERGENCY OVERVIEW: Potential Health Effects
POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS:
If sufficient quantity of the product is ingested, it may be fatal. May cause irritation to
the eyes, nose, throat and skin.
CARCINOGENICITY:
Permethrin: A statistically significant increase of lung and liver tumors was observed in female mice
receiving diets containing 375 and 750 mg/Kg/day over 85 weeks. Piperonyl Butoxide: Marginally higher incidences of
benign liver tumors in mice were observed following lifetime high dose exposures. The significance of this observation is
questionable and under review. The doses at which tumors were observed greatly exceeded human dietary intake. At
anticipated dietary exposure levels, it is highly unlikely that piperonyl butoxide would result in carcinogenic effects. IARC
has also concluded that there is no evidence for the carcinogenicity of white oils when administered by routes other than
by interperitoneal injection. The solvent is not carcinogenic according to the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard.
SECTION 4: FIRST AID MEASURES
EYES:
Can cause eye irritation and possible corneal injury. Immediately flush eyes with copious amounts of water and get
medical attention.
SKIN:
Immediately wash with soap and water. If skin irritation occurs, consult a physician.
INGESTION:
May cause gastro-intestinal irritation or nausea. Do not induce vomiting. Get immediate medical attention.
INHALATION:
Move person to an area of fresh air and give artificial respiration if necessary. If breathing difficulty
persists, get immediate medical attention.
SECTION 5: FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION:
Non-flammable Liquid

FLASH POINT:
210° F ASTM D93
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AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE:
N/A
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA:
Use water fog, dry chemical, foam or CO2 extinguishing media.

SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES:
Wear full protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus.
Evacuate nonessential personnel from the area to prevent human exposure to fire, smoke, fumes or products of
combustion. Prevent use of contaminated buildings, area
and equipment until decontaminated. Use as little water as possible to prevent spread of contaminated
runoff.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS:
NFPA HAZARD CLASSIFICATION:
HEALTH FIRE REACTIVITY SPECIFIC
Non-fire

NFPA HAZARD RATING CODES: INSIGNIFICANT SLIGHT MODERATE HIGH EXTREME

SECTION 6: ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED:
Wear chemical safety glasses with side
shields or chemical goggles, rubber gloves, rubber boots, long-sleeved shirt, long pants, to prevent contact with spilled
material. For small spills, cover the spill with an absorbent material such as pet litter. Sweep up and place in an approved
chemical container. Wash the spill area with water containing a strong detergent, absorb with pet litter or other absorbent
material, sweep up and place in a chemical container. Seal the container and handle in an approved manner. Flush the
area with water to remove any residue. Do not allow wash water to contaminate water supplies.

SECTION 7: HANDLING AND STORAGE
HANDLING AND STORAGE:
Store the material in a well-ventilated, secure area, out of the reach of children and
domestic animals. Do not store food, beverages or tobacco products in the storage area. Prevent eating, drinking, tobacco
usage, and cosmetic application in areas where there is a potential for exposure to the material. Always wash thoroughly
after handling.
SECTION 8: EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
The employee must wear protective clothing and related safety equipment. Good ventilation should be sufficient for most
conditions. Positive pressure self contained breathing apparatus should be used for confined spaces and high exposure
operations. The employee should shower at the end of the workday. The employee must wear clean clothes every day or
after a spill if the clothes become contaminated. Always wash hands and face with soap and water prior to eating,
drinking, smoking or using toilet facilities. It is best not to wear contact lenses but use safety prescription glasses.
SECTION 9: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
APPEARANCE:
White
VAPOR PRESSURE (mmHg): NE

ODOR:
Slight solvent odor
VAPOR DENSITY (AIR = ): NE

PHYSICAL STATE:
Liquid
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.01

BOILING POINT:
NE
DENSITY: NE

MELTING POINT: N/A
VISCOSITY: 600 cps

FREEZING POINT: 25°F
AUTO IGNITION: N/A

WATER SOLUBILITY: Disperses in water
OTHER SOLUBILITIES: NE

SECTION 10: STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
STABILITY:
Stable under most conditions
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INCOMPATIBILITY (MATERIAL TO AVOID):
NE

HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION:
Will not occur.

SECTION 11: TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
ACUTE ORAL EFFECTS:
Oral LD50 (Rat): >500 to <5,000 mg./Kg. (female) >5,000 mg./Kg. (male)
ACUTE DERMAL EFFECTS:
Dermal LD50 (Rat): >2,000 mg/Kg.
CARCINOGENICITY:
Permethrin: A statistically significant increase of lung and liver tumors was observed in female mice
receiving diets containing 375 and 750 mg/Kg/day over 85 weeks. Piperonyl Butoxide: Marginally higher incidences of
benign liver tumors in mice were observed following lifetime high dose exposures. The significance of this observation is
questionable and under review. The doses at which tumors were observed greatly exceeded human dietary intake. At
anticipated dietary exposure levels, it is highly unlikely that piperonyl butoxide would result in carcinogenic effects. IARC
has also concluded that there is no evidence for the carcinogenicity of white oils when administered by routes other than
by interperitoneal injection. The solvent is not carcinogenic according to the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard.
EYE EFFECTS:
Minimally irritating

INHALATION: 4-hour LC50 (Rat): >2.02 mg./L.
SKIN CONTACT: Non-irritating.
SKIN SENSITIZE: Permethrin is a skin sensitizer in some individuals.
MUTAGENIC POTENTIAL: Permethrin and Piperonyl Butoxide did not produce any mutagenic effects when tested in the
Ames test.
REPRODUCTIVE HAZARD POTENTIAL: Permethrin and Piperonyl Butoxide were not teratogenic when tested in rats.
SECTION 12: ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Permethrin and piperonyl butoxide are highly toxic to fish and other aquatic organisms. Do not apply directly to water, or
to areas where surface water is present or to intertidal areas below the mean high water mark other than as instructed on
the product label. Do not contaminate water by disposing of equipment washwater. Apply this product only as specified on
the label.
SECTION 13: DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD:
Do not reuse product containers. Dispose of product containers, waste containers, and
residues according to Federal, State and local health and environmental regulations.
SECTION 14: TRANSPORT INFORMATION
*DOT HAZARD DESCRIPTION: Not Regulated
(*) U.S Department of Transportation

SECTION 15: REGULATORY INFORMATION
SARA TITLE III CLASSIFICATION:
Section 311/312: Acute Health Hazard – Yes
Chronic Health Hazard – Yes
Fire Hazard – No
Sudden release of pressure hazard – No
Reactivity hazard – No
Section 313 chemicals:
Permethrin (20.6%) (CAS # 52645-53-1)
Piperonyl Butoxide (20.6%) (CAS # 51-03-6)

TSCA STATUS: Exempt from TSCA
INDIVIDUAL STATES:
N/A
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

SECTION 16: OTHER INFORMATION
This information is provided in good faith, but without express or implied warranty. For additional information, refer to the
American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) documentation of TLV's (Threshold Limit Values) for
individual components and the DOT Emergency Response Guidebook.

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