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12 March 2019

Martin Rose-King selected as new Servicing committee chair

The BPCA Servicing Committee has selected Martin Rose-King, Partner at Bounty Pest Control, as the new Chair.

He replaces Howard Taffs, who had to step away from the committee after selling his pest management business.

He was selected as replacement Chair by the Servicing Committee during the February Servicing Committee meeting. The Executive Board confirmed the nomination shortly after.

Martin Rose-King is an active member of BPCA’s Servicing Committee and a partner at Bounty Pest Control.

Martin has worked in pest management since 1994 and set up Bounty Pest Control in 1997 and Bounty Consultancy Services in 2017. Bounty Pest Control has been a BPCA member since 2013.

Martin has supported the apprenticeship working group and has sat on the servicing committee since 2016.

A full interview with Martin will appear in an upcoming PPC magazine.

Martin said on his appointment:

I am proud to have been selected as Chair of the Servicing Committee and am looking forward to continued collaboration with like-minded, hardworking members of the committee who volunteer their time to represent our ever-changing industry.

Martin Rose-King, BPCA Servicing Committee Chair

The BPCA Servicing Committee represents the interests of the service sector of the public health pest control industry, including influencing key decision makers in Government on legislative proposals. 

You can find out more information about the Committee by contacting membership@bpca.org.uk

Source: Online

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