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is bringing pest management professionals together to move our mission forward. Join us in San Diego, October 15-18. Early bird pricing ends September 1, register today
QualityPro accredited companies can currently earn the public health certification for their rodent and/or mosquito services. We have lots of options for our next offering but want to focus on the area most relevant to your company. Please take this brief survey to help us decide what’s next!
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As a membership benefit, NPMA has developed a gallery of
pest images at My.NPMAPestWorld.org for use by NPMA members.
Advanced Pest and Weed of Albuqerque, NM
AllChemax, LLC of Window Rock, AZ
Apex Exterminating, Inc. of Lake Wylie, SC
Bio-Repellant Scientific Industries of Whittier, CA
Brasher's Termite Control of Parsons, TN
Prime Time Pest Control of Shellsburg, IA
Procor Pest Control of Wyoming, PA
Regions Pest, LLC of Frisco, TX
We are excited to announce that NPMA members now have the opportunity to take advantage of cost efficient MEC (minimum essential coverage) plans through the NPMA Health Exchange. NPMA employers have access to affordable, ACA compliant plans that will help them avoid IRS penalties and the offer creative healthcare benefits for their employees. These plans require no underwriting and there is more than one option to choose from.
For more information contact JerriLynn Cobb at email@example.com
NPMA is pleased to announce the 2019 Technology Summit, December 4-6 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Showcasing a mix of business management sessions and interactive breakout groups featuring up-and-coming information and digital technologies for the pest management industry. The conference will feature technology thought leaders and provide a forum for attendees to learn from each other about their technology experiences as well as the current technologies used to enhance daily practices within their pest management businesses.
There are no great victories in life without adversity. Just a few weeks ago, it looked all but certain that second generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs) were going to be banned in California, AB 1788 was going to become law with Governor Gavin Newsom’s signature, and after four years of successfully fighting off a ban our industry was destined to lose one of the most essential tools for managing rodents—and then something changed. The relentless advocacy of our industry achieved the impossible on Thursday, August 22, 2019. Yesterday, AB 1788 was pulled from the Senate Appropriations Committee, (the last committee before it would head to the Senate floor and the Governor’s desk), effectively killed for this year, and placed into the suspense file to be taken-up in 2020.
NPMA lobbies on many issues before Congress: taxes, public health, endangered species… the list goes on. But only one issue is led every time by NPMA: pesticide preemption. The industry and our allies rallied around preemption during the 2018 Farm Bill, but due to political circumstances beyond our control it was not included in the final bill.
New Jersey Pest Management Association at its 72nd annual Clinic, Trade Show & Clambake recognized Ralph Citarella, Jr. as the Pest Management Professional of the Year.
At the 72nd annual New Jersey Pest Management Association Clinic, Trade Show & Clambake special recognition was given to Bernie Holst, Jr. for his dedication, leadership and promotion of NJPMA for over 40 years.
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