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15 March 2017

The New BPCA Certificate of Pest Control Compliance is awarded to café

Targeted at commercial clients, the editable document demonstrates due diligence to customer safety and features the contact details of the servicing pest control company, with reference to their BPCA membership.

26 years ago Alistair's Café in Crystal Palace, London became one of BPCA Servicing Member's, Beaver Pest Control’s first customers. We think it's very fitting that they're the first café in the country to be presented with the BPCA’s certificate of pest control compliance.

Ahmet and Gulen Rashit have been running the café for the last 29 years and are now joined by their son. They were presented with their certificate by Colin Sexton, who serviced their café for over 15 years and is now "one of the family".

 beaver present certificate

BPCA Servicing Committee Chairman, Phil Halpin said:

"It is anticipated the Certificate will not only be a tool for Pest Controllers to demonstrate their membership of BPCA, but more importantly demonstrate to the wider community Pest Control is an integral part of managing facilities effectively."

You can start giving out these certificate to clients today. You can download an editable copy of the form through the Useful Documents section of the member’s area.


Scott-Johnstone-Staff-bubbleScott Johnstone
Communications Officer

16 March 2017  |  PPC86

Source: PPC86

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