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20 November 2017

PPC89 out now

Professional Pest Controller issue 89 is out now. The BPCA member and industry magazine is packed full of all the latest pest control news and features (November 2017).

20 November 2017

Everything changes but you

What a year for BPCA! I guess this is why they say the only real constant is change.

20 November 2017

Some final words, and a new chapter for BPCA

Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you will know I’m leaving BPCA and the sector early in 2018 to take up a role with the National Association of Jewellers. Consequently, this is my final CE viewpoint and the last PPC magazine I’ll edit.

20 November 2017

Seven years of Simon

Simon Forrester will be leaving his role with the Association in January of next year. We thought we’d turn the tables on our departing editor and put him in the interview seat for a change.

17 November 2017

New member benefit: Printshop

Print is very much alive, but it has to be used in the right way. Print is potent in maintaining brand recognition, adding significant value to customer service and, ultimately, keeping your logo (and mugshot) around long after you’ve gone.

16 November 2017

PPC Live 2018: Your questions answered

BPCA Events Manager, Lauren Day, has been to her fair share of trade shows. She answers your big questions about PPC Live.

16 November 2017

PPC Live: Seminars, outdoor demonstrations and exhibitors

The full PPC Live seminar and outdoor demonstration programmes have been released! Take a look at what we've got planned.

16 November 2017

Ask the Technical Team

Being the leading association for pest management in the UK means that you get a lot of professional pest control questions piling up in your inbox.

16 November 2017

Your Association: Get involved with PPC magazine

A considerable amount of time and resources get dedicated to creating PPC magazine. Content and Communications Officer, Scott Johnstone, looks to what the future holds for PPC and how you can be involved in its development in 2018.

16 November 2017

‘Spotlight’ on Kent pest control firm after 12 months’ membership

5 in 5 with David Lacey, Director, Spotlight Pest Control (Kent)

16 November 2017

Look back: North West Regional Forum

After our summer break, the BPCA events calendar is back in full swing as we head out on the road again for the rest of 2017 – beginning with the North West Regional Forum in Manchester.

16 November 2017

Is professional pest control training your competitive advantage?

How do you promote competitive advantage, particularly in a sector where most companies do the same thing? BPCA Training Development Manager, Karen Dawes, tells us her thoughts on how training can be turned into your unique selling point.

09 November 2017

BPCA shortlisted for four awards at Association Awards

BPCA has been nominated and then shortlisted for four awards at the upcoming UK Association Awards 2017.

08 November 2017

Infographic: What does a good association do?

We've produced an infographic for Institute of Association Management's first ever Associations Week.

08 November 2017

New benefit: Online legislation register for Affiliates

At the request of our Servicing Committee, the voice of the servicing membership, BPCA has compiled a register of UK legislation associated with delivering pest control services.

08 November 2017

New rules in Ireland greatly curtail continuous use of rodenticides in ‘Permanent Baiting Programmes’

Following the recent EU Review of anticoagulant rodenticide active substances, new rules on the use of the permanent baiting technique have been adopted across Ireland.

08 November 2017

BPCA responds to rodenticide public area use consultation

BPCA has been consulted on the thorny issue of public area use of rodenticide, and the contentious requirement to signpost the area to bystanders.

08 November 2017

Selling Rodenticides? You need to register!

Suppliers of professional use rodenticides to pest controllers, farmers and gamekeepers are required to register with BASIS Registration Ltd by the end of December for the new UK Rodenticide Stewardship Regime Point-of-Sale audit process.

07 November 2017

Abate called in to save historic medieval Suffolk church

When it was found that Kettleburgh church had birds in the belfry rather than the usual bats, BPCA member company Abate Pest Management Services, were called in to prevent further catastrophic damage to the bells and building.

07 November 2017

New TAS Auditor declares his love for all things pest management

Jeff Warren has joined Trade Association Services as a new auditor. His work will involve auditing pest control companies across the United Kingdom to EN 16636: 2015 including BPCA members who want to become CEPA Certified.

07 November 2017

Staff changes at Bureau Veritas

Jessica Morgan, CEPA Product Manager (UK & Ireland) and Technical Co-ordinator of Bureau Veritas will be leaving her post after three years.

07 November 2017

Dr Matthew Davies is to become the new head of Killgerm’s tech dept

With the retirement of Professor Moray Anderson, Dr Matthew Davies is to be appointed Head of Technical Department for Manufacturing and Distributor member, Killgerm.

07 November 2017

More and B’More going on at PestWorld

Last month 3,000 industry professionals from all across the globe arrived in Baltimore, Maryland otherwise known as the ‘Charm City’, for PestWorld 2017.

07 November 2017

Will you be CEPA #400?

The list of pest management companies across Europe continues to grow, and is approaching 400. Will you be the company that achieves this milestone?

07 November 2017

WIN: Do your bit to keep rodenticides in UK techs’ bags

The Pest Management Alliance (BPCA, NPTA and CIEH NPAP) has produced a short survey to assess how professional pest controllers are using rodenticides.

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16 November 2017

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Pest control in space

Extraterrestrial environments feature| PPC89 November 2017 Pest controllers are no strangers to alien invasive species. With Star Wars: The Last Jedi due to hit our screens in December,

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04 October 2017

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Confirmed: Asian Hornets in Devon

An invasive species of hornet has been sighted at an apiary in Devon. The Asian hornet is said to pose a very real threat to our native species of bees and is already common across Europe. W

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04 October 2017

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"Be Protected. Professionally." campaign launched

BPCA asks end-users is your pest control contractor "fit for the fight?" in a new campaign to highlight member professionalism.  The campaign is a part of BPCA's commitment to spread th

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20 November 2017

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PPC89 out now

Professional Pest Controller issue 89 is out now. The BPCA member and industry magazine is packed full of all the latest pest control news and features (November 2017). PPC magazine is made

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20 November 2017

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Everything changes but you

President foreword | PPC89 November 2017 What a year for BPCA! I guess this is why they say the only real constant is change.  The biggest ever PestEx, the first-ever industry

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20 November 2017

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Some final words, and a new chapter for BPCA

Cheid Exec viewpoint | PPC89 November 2017 Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you will know I’m leaving BPCA and the sector early in 2018 to take up a role with the National As

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