2020

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BPCA calls on Chancellor to make Covid-19 Small Business Grant Fund work for pest companies
BPCA calls on Chancellor to make Covid-19 Small Business Grant Fund work for pest companies
The British Pest Control Association has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak MP, asking him to make the Small Business Grant Fund work for the sector.
Anne Godfrey to leave Chartered Institute of Environmental Health
Anne Godfrey to leave Chartered Institute of Environmental Health
The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has today announced that Anne Godfrey is to leave the membership body following four years as chief executive.
BPCA launches first-ever digital forum event
BPCA launches first-ever digital forum event
The British Pest Control Association has announced it will be holding its first-ever all-digital forum event on Tuesday, April 7.
Keeping pests at bay in Covid-19 pandemic
Keeping pests at bay in Covid-19 pandemic
The British Pest Control Association (BPCAS) is urging householders to be vigilant to pest infestation during the Covid-19 crisis. The move comes as some local authorities struggle to maintain refuse collection services.
NPTA answers Covid-19 questions from members
NPTA answers Covid-19 questions from members
John Hope, technical manager at the National Pest Technicians Association, has answered a number of questions from members. The first question asked was: Can members go about their business in the current lockdown period?
Terminix highlights the importance of regular pro-active pest management
Terminix highlights the importance of regular pro-active pest management
Terminix has issued a warning to customers who are considering shutting down sites during the coronavirus outbreak. The company said is important to continue checking for pests and eliminating them before they get an opportunity to establish and cause a health hazard.
NPTA warns public over ‘stockpiling’ dangers
NPTA warns public over ‘stockpiling’ dangers
The National Pest Technicians Association said it is keen to warn British households about the public health and pest control dangers posed by stockpiling and hoarding during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
BPCA releases free microlearning courses for members
BPCA releases free microlearning courses for members
The British Pest Control Association has released eight free microlearning courses for members for free.


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