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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).

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In this issue

NY old problem

Pest Control while protecting our bats

Bats are considered to be a bio-indicator species – where there is a healthy bat population, there is a healthy local environment.

PPC Live: Full Seminar Programme

Seminar programme, floorplan and attendance guide

Don’t get replaced by a robot pest controller

Dee Ward-Thompson investigates how we best protect our profession with the impending age of automation on the horizon.

Pest control in space-1

Pest control in space

Pest management tips from experts around the cosmos.

New York rat safari

Guest writer Andy Beckmann tells us about his adventures on Bobby Corrigan’s urban rat safari.

Marketing and promo speacial

Plus a marketing and promotions mini-special:

The death of the Yellow Pages and the rise of Shirley Temple

Quick marketing audits for every pest management company

Controlling reputation – we can’t help if we don’t know!

...and much more!

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GOT AN IDEA FOR A STORY?

We're always interested in what our members and the pest management community want to see in the magazine. If you have an idea for an article or a news story you'd like to share with BPCA - contact Scott on hello@bpca.org.uk or call 01332 225 115

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Scott-Johnstone-Staff-bubbleScott Johnstone
Content and Communications Officer

20 November 2017  |  BPCA Online

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