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Sponsored Podcast: Terry Clark Discusses NPMA’s Haiti Relief Efforts

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Terry Clark, vice president of Clark Pest Control, Lodi, Calif., was part of NPMA’s 12-person delegation that traveled to earthquake-ravaged Haiti. In the following podcast, sponsored by Dow AgroSciences, Clark discusses the group’s relief efforts.

| October 29, 2010

Terry Clark in front of the National Hospital in Haiti. Among the challenges at the hospital is a Dumpster overflowing with garbage and medical waste.

Terry Clark, vice president of Clark Pest Control, Lodi, Calif., was part of NPMA’s 12-person delegation of pest control professionals that traveled to Haiti to assess and deal with an infestation of rats, cockroaches and other disease-carrying pests. Clark blogged about these experiences and in the following podcast, sponsored by Dow AgroSciences, Clark further discusses these relief efforts.

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