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Podcast: Jay Bruesch on Pest Management in Specialized Commercial Facilities

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Bruesch, technical director of Plunkett's Pest Control and a member of the Copesan Technical Committee, discusses pest management in specialized commercial facilities, which also is the subject of one of the chapters he authored in the new PCT Commercial Pest Management Book.

Brad Harbison | May 27, 2014

In the following podcast Jay Bruesch, technical director of Plunkett's Pest Control and a member of the Copesan Technical Committee, discusses pest management in specialized commercial facilities, which also is the subject of one of the chapters he authored in the new PCT Commercial Pest Management Book.

The new resource, written by current and past members of the Copesan Technical Committee, focuses on a specific type of account – from apartments to food processing and hotels to zoos – providing a quick reference for technicians beginning work at a new commercial client location, a training review of what is important in specific commercial accounts, and a guide for all those involved in commercial pest management.

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