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British Pest Control Association (BPCA) is the UK's leading trade association for pest control. We provide support and a voice within the sector to over 650 members and 6,000 affiliates.

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Do you have a pest problem? Our members cover the whole of the UK and can advise and deal with any pest problem you might have.

By choosing a BPCA assessed member you can be assured that the services you receive are from a trained, insured and trusted company that meets our strict membership criteria.

A BPCA member will:

  • Be a suitably trained and qualified expert, committed to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), and have been subjected to the BPCA audit and assessment process to ensure services are delivered to the highest of standards.
  • Adhere to our Industry Codes of Best Practice.
  • Be safe, ensuring staff, customers and members of the public are protected.
  • Include detailed advice on pest prevention measures and provide comprehensive reporting systems covering all treatment aspects.

The BPCA member logo is earned by our members, so ensure your contractor has it.

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Regional Training Forum - Kent - 7 December - Agenda released!

Wednesday 7 December 2016

The next of our Regional Training Forums for 2016 is due to take place on Wednesday 7 December in Kent and will be sponsored by Pelsis.

The event is FREE to attend for all BPCA Members and Affiliates, to book your place simply complete the online booking form.

To join the Affiliate Scheme for free, visit

Non-members are also welcome to attend by invitation (contact the BPCA Office on 01332 225111 if you are a non-member who would like to attend).

The agenda has been released and can be downloaded now.


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