1. Thanks. 2. Thanks a lot. 3. Thank you so much. 4. Thanks a million! 5. Thanks for your help. / Thanks for helping me. 6. I really appreciate it. 7. I'm really grateful. 8. That's so kind of you. 9. I can't thank you enough. (for extremely important things) 10. I owe you one. (this means you want/need to do a favor for the other person in the future)
Carelessness in transporting pesticides can result in broken containers, spills and contamination. Once pesticides are in your possession, you are responsible for safely transporting them. Accidents can occur even when transporting materials a short distance. If a pesticide accident occurs, you are responsible. Do all you can to prevent a transport problem, but be prepared in case an emergency should arise. The safest way to carry pesticides is in the back of a truck. Flatbed trucks should have side and tail racks. Steel beds are preferable since they can be more easily decontaminated if a spill should occur. Never carry pesticides inside your car, van, or truck cab. Pesticides may cause injury or death if they spill on you or your passengers; hazardous fumes may be released.