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Loyal Termite & Pest Control Wins 'Reader's Choice' Award

News Coverage

The company was recognized by Richmond Magazine for the fifth straight year. More

ESA Announces New ACEs and BCEs for March/April 2015

People

The Entomological Society of America announced that 22 industry professionals recently earned BCE or ACE credentials. More

OvoControl Now Registered in Mexico

Supplier News

The product is a ready-to-use bait, dispensed on flat rooftops with an automatic wildlife feeder. More

Gene White Named Rentokil NA Technical Director

People

White, who joined Rentokil in May 2013, is now responsible for technical support for North America, including Canada and Mexico. More

Missy Henriksen, PPMA Executive Director, Resigns

People

The trade association veteran is headed to an allied industry: the National Association of Landscape Professionals. There she’ll be charged with creating the equivalent of the Professional Pest Management Alliance for landscape industry professionals. More

RK Environmental Announces Upcoming Courses

Industry Events

A Food Security/Defense Course is scheduled for May 12, and a Certified HACCP Course takes place May 13-14. More

Firm Developing Bionic Insects

Technology & Internet

German auto firm Festo is developing bionic ants and robot butterflies, which they envision will be a part of future factories. More

Terminix Acquires Team Too Termite & Pest Control

News Coverage

Team Too, headquartered in Corona, Calif., has five offices throughout California and specializes in commercial and multi-family accounts. More

Podcast: Stoy Hedges on Integrated Cockroach Management

News Coverage

Hedges, president of Stoy Pest Consulting, discusses the benefits of an integrated approach to cockroach management and provides an overview of his presentation for the April 29 PCT Commercial Pest Management Summit. More

Florida County Using Mosquito-Eating Fish

Mosquitoes

Sarasota County Mosquito Control workers are breeding thousands of fish that feed off mosquito larvae, which grow in standing water and pools. More

Tick-Borne 'Bourbon Virus' Cause of Kansas Man's Death

Public Health

Researchers have identified the cause of a Kansas farmer's mysterious death last summer. More

Termidor SC Can Now Be Applied Up to Four Times Per Year

Supplier News

BASF announced the approval of new label use directions by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that allow Termidor SC termiticide/insecticide to be used up to four times per year. More

Massey-Farrell Appointed to Nemours Foundation Board

News Coverage

The foundation's mission is to restore and improve the health of children through programs not readily available. More

Alterra’s Royce an E&Y Entrepreneur Award Finalist

People

Ernst & Young (EY) announced that Alterra Pest Control CEO David Royce is a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015 Award in the Utah Region. More

Catseye Hosts Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for New Florida Office

News Coverage

The company's customers and other guests celebrated the one-year anniversary of Catseye's Bonita Springs, Fla., office. More

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Family Believed to be Sickened by Pesticide at Virgin Islands Resort

A Delaware family is back home and in the hospital after getting sick while on vacation, due to possible exposure to methyl bromide.

Terminix Acquires Team Too Termite & Pest Control

Team Too, headquartered in Corona, Calif., has five offices throughout California and specializes in commercial and multi-family accounts.

Termidor SC Can Now Be Applied Up to Four Times Per Year

BASF announced the approval of new label use directions by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that allow Termidor SC termiticide/insecticide to be used up to four times per year.

Catseye Hosts Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for New Florida Office

The company's customers and other guests celebrated the one-year anniversary of Catseye's Bonita Springs, Fla., office.

Tick-Borne 'Bourbon Virus' Cause of Kansas Man's Death

Researchers have identified the cause of a Kansas farmer's mysterious death last summer.

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