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Arrangements for new gull licences announced
Arrangements for new gull licences announced
Natural England has today released details of the new arrangements to allow pest professionals to use lethal controls to manage herring and lesser black-backed gulls in England. Anyone intending to control these species to protect public health and safety must apply for an individual licence, A08.
Shake up at ServiceMaster – not good news for the sale of pest control companies
Shake up at ServiceMaster – not good news for the sale of pest control companies
ServiceMaster, the owner of Terminix, has announced it is to explore strategic alternatives for its franchise ServiceMaster businesses. The reason behind this divestment is not good news for pest control companies looking to sell-up.
Time to nominate your favourite product
Time to nominate your favourite product
The search has begun. Which fabulous new product will win the Pest readers' vote in 2020? Nominations for the Best Product Award 2020 are now being accepted. So what’s impressed you so far?
New owners for Pest publications
New owners for Pest publications
It was announced today (23 January 2020) that Pest has a new owner, Lewis Business Media (LBM). LBM is an independent, specialist business to business publisher. Pest founders, Frances McKim and Helen Riby say the move has secured an exciting, long-term future for Pest.
Significant labels changes for Ficam D tops 2019 most read league table
Significant labels changes for Ficam D tops 2019 most read league table
The sale of Mitie Pest Control to Rentokil dominated the top ten most read news stories on the Pest website in 2019. Each step in the saga was tracked by Pest and whether it's because Rentokil's fortunes are so closely connected to the overall market's performance or simply because so many have spent time at Rentokil, the company's every move is carefully watched.
Dates announced for Ficam W phase-out
Dates announced for Ficam W phase-out
Following the announcement in December 2019 of the withdrawal of Ficam W (80% bendiocarb), Bayer Environmental Science has today (8 January 2020) announced the phase-out dates. Sales will cease on 8 June 2020 with a use up date of 10 December 2020.
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