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Environmental Care Association of Idaho...

Serving all lawn, pest, tree and shrub companies that benefit Man's Environment by controlling insects, plant diseases, weeds and rodents in Idaho.

 

Our Mission...

To promote professionalism in the lawn care, pest control, and grounds management industries by providing meaningful and timely education, information and services to enhance the quality and safety of the services offered by the membership to the public.

 

Our By-Laws...

Learn the laws governing this organization

 

Join the Association

Click here for an application

Joint membership is available with ECA & NPMA click here to learn more.

 

Register for ECA Education Events:

December 9 -10, 2014- Idaho Pest Expo at the Riverside Hotel in Boise, Idaho. Download a brochure.

December 11 - Twin Falls ECA Education Day at at Canyon Crest Events Center in Twin Falls, Idaho. Download a brochure

 

National Pest Management Association...

News Releases

 

Read the ECA's response to the 2-4D Issue please click here

 

ECA of Idaho Newsletter now Online! Click below:

 

 

Send us your email address so we can send the newsletter to you by email. The ECA has decided to offer the newsletter online (no future printed copies after the Spring 2012 issue) and to send it to everyone who requests it by email.

 

Pesticide Disposal Events near you!

 

As we enter the warmer part of the year with increased outdoor work activity, OSHA has launched its 2013 Falls and Heat Campaign. To assist employers and employees in learning about the various ways and means to prevent falls and heat injuries, OSHA has developed and provided electronic products and resources for your use.


The following links will direct you to these products:



Falls:
http://www.osha.gov/stopfalls/index.html

Heat:
http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/heatillness/index.html

 

 


ECA Contact Information:

Executive Coordinator: Ann Bates

Ph. 208-681-4769, Fax 208-529-0832

Email: abates@ecaofidaho.org