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14 January 2019

VIDEO: Introducing the British Pest Control Association (BPCA)

Pest problems. We’ll all have them at some point in our lives. In fact, pest control services are called on around 800,000 times every year in the UK.

We've put together this video to let people know how BPCA can help with your domestic or professional pest problems. 

 

But who’s best to deal with them? How do you tell the professionals from the cowboys - the ones running around with nets, mousetraps, and chemicals?

We are the British Pest Control Association. And we’re here to help keep the nation protected. Professionally.

We don’t work for profit. Instead, we keep the public safe from health hazards caused by pests, including disease, loss of business earnings, and building damages.

We work to ensure our members commit to the highest pest management standards. We do this through delivering training courses, certifications, and codes of best practice.

BPCA can help you find a professional

Our vision is to drive absolute excellence in pest management - nationwide. To us, that means an industry filled with trained, qualified and audited pest control providers.

If you’re serious about pest control, we want you as part of the BPCA community. You’ll be working alongside other members who have the best interest of public health in mind. Together, we are stronger and more informed.

Whether you’re a business looking to become a member, an individual looking for training, or someone needing a professional pest management services - learn more at bpca.org.uk

Source: Online

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