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26 May 2017

PPC87: Out Now

Professional Pest Controller (PPC) magazine is the premier quarterly magazine for the pest management industry. It’s aimed at our membership, pest control professionals and those companies we think should be in BPCA.

PPC-87-Out-NOwWhat's in PPC87?

PPC87 is packed with articles and news all about BPCA and the pest control sector. Whether you want to top up your CPD points, improve your business or look back at the best bits from PestEx 2017 - this issue is for you.

Invasive Garden Ants: Lasius Neglectus

A proper look at one of the newest pests on the block: Lasius neglectus. What is the impact on the environment, how do you spot them and can we treat them?

Putting the Tech into Technician

With all the new technology available to pest control technicians, we asked Savvas Othon to talk tech with us – where we have come from and where we are likely to go.

It's Tough at the Top

Colin Chatten from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) takes us through the risks of working at height so you can keep yourself and your team safe.

Stuck in the Headlines

We talk about best practice, codes of conduct and staying within the letter of the law all the time in PPC – but what happens when something goes wrong?

PPC87-AntsOuch: Britain's Best Pest Bites and Stings

Every job comes with its own set of risks, and getting the occasional nip is part of working in pest control.

Staying Motivated in the Pest Control Industry

We asked Chris Cagienard, Director of Pest Solutions, about how he keeps himself and his team motivated.

And much, much more...

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