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In addition to the print publication of this important work, the PCT Media Group created a website devoted specifically to Arnold Mallis and the Handbook of Pest Control featuring a number of valuable new resources.

| September 23, 2011

RICHFIELD, OHIO — Originally published in 1945, the Handbook of Pest Control by Arnold Mallis is the pest management industry’s leading technical resource. In addition to the print publication of this important work, the PCT Media Group created a website devoted specifically to Arnold Mallis and the Handbook of Pest Control featuring a number of valuable new resources. Check it out at www.mallishandbook.com.

Features include:

  • History of the Book
  • Contributing Editor Bios
  • Arnold Mallis Slide Show
  • Reader Feedback
  • Featured Editor Videos
  • How to Order
  • Handbook of Pest Control by the Numbers
  • Chapter Highlights
  • Contact Information
     

Check back to www.mallishandbook.com often for ongoing enhancements to the site.

 

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