This sheet answers some basic questions about a mosquito control product in use in Essex
County. Essex County Mosquito Control, along with several other resources (listed at the
end of this sheet), can provide more detailed information. What is Aqua-Reslin and how is it used?
is an insecticide product that is recommended for Ultra Low- Volume
mosquito control in New Jersey by Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. It
contains the pesticides called “PERMETHRIN
& PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE (PBO)”.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) current evaluation considers PERMETHRIN and PBO
containing products to be slightly toxic with minimal
potential risk to people when used properly as part of an integrated mosquito control
is used for the control of adult mosquitoes. While habitat management
and measures to control immature mosquitoes in water are preferred and most used, the
spraying of adult mosquitoes is called for when biting populations reach critical levels or
when a disease organism is present in adult mosquitoes. A very fine mist is sprayed into
the air since flying mosquitoes must directly contact the pesticide in order for it to be
effective. HOW CAN I AVOID MY EXPOSURE TO AQUA-RESLIN?
• Risk to the general public from the use of AQUA-RESLIN
is minimal. Avoiding
exposure is always the safest course of action, particularly for populations that may be at higher risk such as pregnant women, the elderly and those with chronic illnesses. Any possible exposure risk can be reduced by following some common sense actions:
• Pay attention to notices about spraying found through newspapers, websites,
automated telephone messages or distributed by municipal, county or state agencies.
• Plan your activities to limit time spent outside during times of possible pesticide
• Move children’s toys out of application areas.
• Move animals and their food and water dishes out of application areas.
• Stay away from application equipment, whether in use or not.
• Whenever possible, remain indoors with closed and with window air conditioners
on non-vent (closed to the outside) and window fans turned off during spraying.
• Avoid direct contact with surfaces that are wet from pesticide spraying. Do not
allow children to play in areas that have been sprayed until they have completely dried (approximately one hour).
If you must remain outdoors, avoid eye and skin contact with the spray. If you get spray
in your eyes or on your skin, immediately flush and rinse with water. WHAT ARE THE SYMTOMS OF EXPOSURE TO AQUA-RESLIN?
Irritation or sensitization sometimes occurs after exposure, causing an asthmatic
condition or skin rash. The chance of experiencing these symptoms of exposure with
proper use is low. You should contact your physician, other medical providers or the New
Jersey Poison Information and Education System (NJPIES
) at 1-800-222-1222
experience these symptoms following a pesticide spraying. HOW LONG WILL AQUA-RESLIN LAST IN THE ENVIRONMENT?
spray stays in the air for a short time until it lands on surfaces. PERMETHRIN
has a low persistence and breaks down in water and soil within 1 to 25
breaks down faster in sunlight. WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION ON AQUA-RESLIN?
The following are resources for more information regarding AQUA-RESLIN and
mosquito control in your area:
For overall pesticide-specific information – 9:30am to 7:30pm: National Pesticide Information Center
For pesticide health informat6ion & possible exposures – 24 hours: New Jersey Poison Information & Education System
For New Jersey pesticide regulation & misuse complaints: NJDEP Pesticide Control Program
For Federal pesticide regulations: USEPA Region 2 Office of Pesticide Programs
For state-wide mosquito control information: NJDEP Office of Mosquito Control Coordination
For local mosquito control information: Essex County Mosquito Control
For mosquito control recommendations: Rutgers University, Department of Entomology
For general information on the pesticide Permethrin: Extension Toxicology Network:
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