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Pest proof

Natalie Bungay, Technical Compliance Manager at the British Pest Control Association (BPCA), explains why pests should remain a priority post-pandemic. Fundamental shifts in working patterns prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns have opened a door for pest infestations in buildings ...

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Prioritise pest control

Dee Ward-Thompson from the British Pest Control Association (BPCA) explains to FMJ why the trade body is urging FMs to focus on pest control as they bring workplaces back into use One of the biggest threats to commercial buildings that ...

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BPCA urges businesses to ensure they are pest-free as lockdown eases

The British Pest Control Association (BPCA) has issued advice on pest control for businesses as they reopen to the public. The trade body is urging companies to ensure they are compliant with legislation and their premises are safe, clean and ...

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FMs should plan now to avoid pest problems

The British Pest Control Association (BPCA) is urging facilities managers to take steps to avoid pest problems during the second Covid-19 lockdown. Empty buildings, lack of food and quieter streets saw BPCA members report a 51 per cent increase in ...

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BPCA offers peace of mind for FMs on pests

National trade body the British Pest Control Association (BPCA) has issued a new guide to help facilities managers to reopen as restrictions ease. The guide – which is available online – sets out legislation and regulations which they must consider, ...

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TSS becomes British Pest Control Association member

In its efforts to provide a total soft services package, Total Support Services (TSS) has recently launched Total IPM (Integrated Pest Management), its in-house Pest Control division, which is headed by Specialist Services Director, Greg Fee, who has in excess ...

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