Pest control licenses may be issued in one or more of the following
(1) Pest Control--The inspection or control of pests
in and around structures or pest animals which may invade homes, restaurants,
stores, and other buildings, attacking their contents or furnishings
or being a general nuisance, but do not normally attack the building
itself. Examples of such pests are cockroaches, silverfish, ants,
fleas, ticks, flies, mosquitoes, rats, mice, skunks, raccoons, opossums,
(2) Termite and Wood Destroying Insect Control--The
inspection or control of termites, beetles, or other wood destroying
insects and wood preservation by means other than fumigation in buildings,
including homes, warehouses, stores, docks, or any other structures.
This category includes the treatment of termites in trees in and around
(3) Lawn and Ornamental--The inspection or control
of pests or diseases of trees, shrubs, or other plantings in a park
or in and around structures, business establishments, industrial parks,
institutional buildings or streets.
(4) Weed Control--The inspection or control of weeds
in right-of-ways, around homes, in a park or in and around structures,
business establishments, industrial parks, institutional buildings,
streets, and industrial environs.
(5) Structural Fumigation--The inspection or control
of pests through fumigation of structures not primarily intended to
contain food, feed, or grains.
(6) Commodity Fumigation--The inspection or control
of pests through fumigation of processed commodities or structures
normally used to contain commodities. This category does not include
raw agricultural commodities.
(7) Wood Preservation--Pest control that involves the
addition of preservatives to wood products to extend the life of the
wood products by protecting them from damage caused by insects, fungi,
and marine borers. Examples of wood products may include crossties,
poles, and posts. This includes the re-treatment of power-line poles
with wood preservative pesticide including fumigants.