Support for CRRU grows

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The companies responsible for the Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use (CRRU) have been joined by Syngenta.

The announcement was made on 4 November and CRRU chairman Dr Alan Buckle says that it will strengthen the campaign’s outreach to the pest control profession, agriculture, game-keeping and countryside management. “To have seven of the major rodenticide manufacturers and distributors involved is evidence of the importance of responsible use and that the issue is genuinely being taken seriously by CRRU members.”

On the CRRU management panel, Syngenta will be represented by Alexander Cornish, global technical manager for the company’s Professional Pest Management business. Other consortium members are Rentokil Initial, PelGar International, Novartis Animal Health, Killgerm Chemicals, Bell Laboratories and BASF Pest Control.


Think Wildlife logo

This latest development follows the introduction in April of the CRRU Supporters Club for individuals and companies working in pest control who want to make a public commitment to applying the seven point CRRU code.

Members are entitled to use CRRU’s ‘Think Wildlife’ logo on business materials and vehicle livery, and to have their name and company logo featured on the supporters club webpage. CRRU says that there are already 80 plus Supporters Club members.

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