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CEPA stresses the importance of a scientific approach to pest management
CEPA stresses the importance of a scientific approach to pest management
CEPA, the trade association representing professionally trained pest managers at a European level, has stressed the importance of a scientific approach to pest management and has explained why it is more necessary than ever going forward.
CEPA: Support for the European standard is gaining momentum
CEPA: Support for the European standard is gaining momentum
CEPA, the trade association representing pest managers at a European level, said its Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on professionalisation of the sector is gaining momentum as companies and stakeholders add their signatures.
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