CDPR proposes SenesTech’s ContraPest for California registration

By |  May 21, 2018

SenesTech logoThe California Department of Pesticide Regulation (CDPR) has proposed to register SenesTech’s ContraPest for use in California. The proposed action will be posted for thirty days. With approval, SenesTech will be able to market and sell ContraPest throughout California, which is one of the largest state markets for pest control.

“I expect this will be a great market for ContraPest, with rapid adoption, as the California consumers are always ahead of the curve,” says Dr. Loretta P. Mayer, co-Founder and CEO of SenesTech.

Tom Chesterman, EVP and CFO of SenesTech, says preparation for a California launch has been underway for a few months already, including trade shows and media advertising.v

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2 Comments on "CDPR proposes SenesTech’s ContraPest for California registration"

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  1. Zou says:

    “The proposed action will be posted for thirty days.”

    Is there an actual location on the web that this is posted?

    I cannot find it.

    Z

    • PMP Staff says:

      Thanks for writing, Z! We asked Senestech, and here is their response:

      The posting is a PDF and can be found by visiting the CDPR website http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/registration/nod/nodmenu.htm. The postings are listed by week, so clicking on the posting from the week of May 18 should open the appropriate PDF that can be scrolled through.

      Hope this helps! — The Eds.