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Arrow Environmental Services Hires Staff Entomologist

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Timothy P. Best, a nine-year industry veteran, is the company’s new staff entomologist and technical specialist.

| September 13, 2013

MORGANVILLE, N.J. — Timothy P. Best, a nine-year industry veteran, was hired as staff entomologist and technical specialist at Arrow Environmental Services, Morganville, N.J.

Best also recently became an Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) by the Entomological Society of America. Launched in May 2004, the ACE program is becoming the industry standard for training for pest management professionals. To be eligible for ACE certification, applicants need a minimum of seven years of verifiable structural pest management experience as well as pass the rigorous ACE exam. 

Best has nine years of industry experience in all aspects of pest management. “We are very proud of the work Tim has accomplished in a very short period of time, and we look forward to having him as part of the Arrow Team,” said Stewart Lenner, president of Arrow.

Arrow Environmental Services, founded in 1973 and celebrating 40 years in the industry, provides services throughout New Jersey.
 

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