Pests news from BPCA

05 November 2021

VIDEO: Rodents root cause analysis | Digital Forum 11

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In this video, BPCA's own John Horsley discusses root cause analysis in relation to rodents. How do we get to the heart of a rat or mouse issue? 

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This video is intended for those working in the pest management sector.

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18 November 2021

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VIDEO: Glue board update - November 2021

We’ve had loads of glue board related questions this week. Take a look at BPCA Chief Exec Ian Andrew’s 5-minute update to stay in the loop.

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08 November 2021

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Glue boards in England will be licenced rather than banned completely

If the proposed Glue Traps (Offences) Bill becomes law, their use will be licenced rather than completely banned.

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05 November 2021

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VIDEO: Caught in a web - false widow spiders | Digital Forum 11

In this video, Chris Woodard from Chris Woodard Pest Services discusses the new false widow spiders, their impact and management options.

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07 December 2021

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Act fast on Red Spider Mites, urges trade body

British Pest Control Association is urging householders to seek professional help quickly if red spider mites invade their home.

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02 December 2021

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Pest control company scoops award for work during Covid-19 pandemic

London Network for Pest Solutions (LNPS) is celebrating after winning the ‘Covid Response & Resilience’ award at this year’s Newham Business Awards.

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30 November 2021

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Sri-Lankan based Exterminators Ltd named 'Great Place to Work'

BPCA Observer member, Exterminators Limited, is Asia’s first pest control business to be certified as a ‘Great Place to Work’.

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