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Sound Science, Industry Advocacy Take Center Stage at RISE Annual Meeting


Specialty chemical industry representatives address pollinator health issue, regulation by letter, product restrictions, and local anti-pesticide regulations during three-day conference. More

LDG Gives Back at PestWorld 2014


Every year, NPMA's Leadership Development Group (LDG) hosts an event in conjunction with PestWorld to support a local organization that helps children and families in need. This year, the LDG has selected the "Give the Kids the World" organization. More

Skyline Pest Solutions Makes Acquisition


Skyline has purchased the pest control division of Aabby Group. More

Alpha Ecological Named a ‘Top Work Place’


A recent Oregonian article ranked Alpha Ecological ranked 44 among companies with 150 or fewer employees. More

Suspect Arrested in Death of Jill Su


Police have arrested Dayont'e Omar Resiles in connection with the death of Su, wife of renowned UF Entomologist Nan-Yao Su, Local 10 News reported. More

Sullivan's 'Rats' Book to Be Turned into a Documentary Film


According to the Hollywood Reporter, Dakota Group and Submarine Entertainment, distributors of the documentaries “Blackfish” and “The Cove,” announced an upcoming feature-length documentary based on Robert Sullivan’s bestseller, “Rats: Observations on the History and Habitat of the City’s Most Unwanted Inhabitants.” More

Bug Doctor Featured on CBS Channel 2 News


The company was interviewed for a segment titled “Camel Crickets Invading Tri-State Area.” More

Rodent Deterrent Believed to Have Sparked Wildfire


The four-day-old Silverado Fire, which has burned nearly 1,000 acres, was apparently ignited by the sun reflecting off metal sheeting put up by someone trying to keep rodents out of a vegetable garden, a fire official told ABC 10 San Diego. More

NPMA's Diversity Committee Launches Survey


The results of this survey will be used to develop tools and resources to help you navigate a continually changing environment as you work to attract, involve, and retain diverse talent pools. More

Terminix-Triad Adopts New Approach to Employee Recruitment


The company is using social media to attract potential employees and working with community colleges to raise awareness of pest control as a possible career path for students. More

Podcast: Alex Nigh Discusses Rentokil NA's M&A Involvement


Nigh, director of mergers and acquisitions for Rentokil NA, discusses the company's approach to M&A and reviews some of its recent acquisitions. More

ESACC Announces 2014 Certification Awards Winners


The Entomological Society of America Certification Corporation recognized one student and two professionals with certification awards. More

Agri-Turf Announces Rubbelke as Northern California Representative


Shirley Rubbelke, who has 25 years experience in the specialty chemical industry, will call on customers throughout Northern California. More

PWIPM Announces Professional Empowerment Grant Recipient


Mariluz Jimenez of HomeTeam Pest Defense San Antonio, Texas, was announced the recipient of the PWIPM Professional Empowerment Grant. More

Allgood Introduces Wildlife Control Services


Allgood Pest Solutions announed it is acquiring AGF Pest and Wildlife Management. More

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Top news

Patented Portable Heat Injector System Introduced

The new heating system was created with significant input from pest control companies.

Stoy Hedges Establishes Consulting Firm

After 25 years at Terminix, Hedges said it was time for a change in his career.

Agri-Turf Distributing Names Lon Records CEO

Records is a familiar face in the industry with a career that dates back to the early 1970s.

Suspect Arrested in Death of Jill Su

Police have arrested Dayont'e Omar Resiles in connection with the death of Su, wife of renowned UF Entomologist Nan-Yao Su, Local 10 News reported.

Australian Mosquito Found in L.A. County, LA Times Reports

An Australian mosquito capable of transmitting viruses to humans and heartworm to dogs was found in the San Gabriel Valley, the LA Times reported.