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16 January 2019

The Spring Traps Approval (Scotland) amendment order 2018

BPCA can confirm that the Spring Traps Approval (Scotland) Amendment Order 2018 laid before the Scottish Parliament is now in force as of 3 January 2019.

In summary, the following spring traps have been removed from the STAO:

  • Fenn Vermin Trap Mk I
  • Fenn Vermin Trap Mark II
  • Fenn Vermin Trap Mark III (Imbra, Juby, Lloyd, Sawyer).

Copies of the order will be circulated and discussed at the BPCA Edinburgh Regional Forum which is free to attend. 

You can also download a copy of the Spring Traps Approval Order 2018 here.

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13 June 2019

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Defra release three new general licences for bird control

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06 June 2019

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Bee removal and Glis glis added to Find a pest controller tool

The ever-popular BPCA Find a pest controller tool now includes options for ethical bee removal and Glis glis treatments. BPCA member companies that offer bee removal (rather

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04 June 2019

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BPCA marks World Pest Day 2019 with message to local authorities

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20 August 2019

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14th Fumigants and Pheromones Conference announced

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19 August 2019

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NBC secures backing from Santander

BPCA member NBC Environment has secured £1.2m funding with a major bank to boost the company’s growth. As a result of a successful extensive review of NBC’s busines

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09 August 2019

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VIDEO: A practical approach to wasp management

Practical wasp management is hazardous work, which is why pest technicians can always benefit from refreshing their knowledge and improving their competency around the control of wasp nests.

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