Pesticide License Renewals

If you have any questions about the renewal process please contact us directly at
575-646-2134 or pesticides@nmda.nmsu.edu

How to Renew Your License

Things you need to turn in to NMDA to be eligible for renewal:

  1. A Signed Renewal Form
  2. Enough CEUs
  3. Appropriate Renewal Fees (Check or Money Order)
  4. Current Certificate of Liability Insurance for Commercial Applicators
  5. Turn all three in by December 31st, 2016 to renew your license.

(1.) Complete Your Renewal Forms

Renewal Forms were mailed out the first week of November. They were printed on neon orange paper this year. When you receive your renewal form it is important to review the information and make sure everything is correct.

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Once you have verified everything on your renewal form and signed it you will send it back in to NMDA along with any additional required documentation and payment. If changes need to be made to your contact information please note them on your renewal form.  

(2.) Meet Your CEU Requirements

CEU Requirements for Different Applicators

Commercial Applicators – 4 General CEUs

Commercial Applicators with the 7D – Wood Destroying Pest Category – 4 General CEUs and 4 Termite (7D) CEUs

Operator Technicians – 0 CEUs

Termite Technicians – 4 Termite (7D) CEUs

Public Applicators – 4 General CEUs

Public Applicators with the 7D – Wood Destroying Pest Category – 4 General CEUs and 4 Termite (7D) CEUs

Non-Commercial Applicators – 4 General CEUs

Non-Commercial Applicators with the 7D – Wood Destroying Pest Category – 4 General CEUs and 4 Termite (7D) CEUs

Pest Management Consultants – 0 CEUs

Pest Management Consultants with the 7D – Wood Destroying Pest Category – 4 Termite (7D) CEUs

Private Applicators – 5 General CEUs

CEUs must be obtained prior to the December 31st deadline. If you have not obtained your CEUs before January 1st, 2017 you will not be eligible for renewal.

(3.) Send in the Correct Renewal Fees

Renewal Fees for Different Applicators

Commercial Applicators – $75.00 per applicator

Operator Technicians – $50.00 per applicator

Termite Technicians  – $50.00 per applicator

Public Applicators – $0.00 per applicator

Non-Commercial Applicators – $75.00 per applicator

Pest Management Consultants – $75.00 per applicator

Private Applicators – $15.00 per applicator

NMDA accepts either checks or money orders at this time as method of payment for renewing your license. Renewal fees must be paid prior to the December 31st deadline.

If you have not paid your renewal fee before January 1st, 2017 you will have to pay double fees. Our late renewal period runs from January 1st through January 31st, 2017. (You can renew during this late period only if you have met your CEU requirements prior to January 1st.)

(4.) Insurance for Commercial Applicators

NMDA requires each commercial pesticide company to provide current Certificate of Liability Insurance. Commercial applicators must submit this for their business in order to renew their license for the year.

(5.) Turn in your Renewal Packet by December 31st, 2016

If you submit your Renewal form, CEUs, renewal fee, and proof of insurance by December 31st, 2016 you can renew your license. Renewal Packets must be postmarked prior to the December 31st deadline. If you have not turned in your renewal packet before January 1st, 2017 you will have to pay double fees. Our late renewal period runs from January 1st through January 31st, 2017. (You can renew during this late period only if you have met your CEU requirements prior to January 1st. If you do not obtain your CEUs prior to January 1st, 2017 you will not be eligible for renewal.)

 

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