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Do you have clients in the public health and food safety industries?

Join NPMA and the Confederation of European Pest Management Associations (CEPA) for a commercial food safety program featuring speakers from Target, Publix, Cargill, Danone and Nestlé. 

Participants will address emerging issues and evaluate, along with clients, auditors, and other relevant stakeholders, which action steps are required to address client’s needs. 
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Mark your calendar for PestWorld East, 10-11 April 2017 in Dubai. Hosted by NPMA along with Ecovar, this one-of-a-kind conference is designed to address pest management challenges specific to the Middle East, Africa, South Asia, and India. Click here for more information and to register online.
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Spring is right around the corner and the Spring issue of Pest Gazette will help you give your customers and prospects a description of the various types of pests that may take over their home during the season.

The Pest Gazette is customizable – you can add your logo, contact information and an article of your choice.

Click here to view the current issue.

Click here to fill out the order form or contact us at pestgazette@pestworld.org
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PestVets, with the support of FMC, is offering complimentary job listings on NPMA’s Career Center for any NPMA members who are looking to hire veterans. There are currently 780 job opportunities posted on the NPMA Career Center!

If you have any contacts within a veteran organization, please share this great hiring resource with them. Please contact Janay Rickwalder with any questions.
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Nisus Corp
Fireback's dual "spray & straw" applicator
Fireback’s new double-strike applicator targets both visible and hidden pests. The permanently attached hinged flip-up straw reaches listed pests hiding in cracks and crevices. Flip it down to expose the opening for a normal spray. Fireback kills on contact and provides a 3-month residual. Use it for 29 listed pests.
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Pest Pic of the Week



Honey Bees and Queen
 
As a membership benefit, NPMA has developed a gallery of
pest images at My.NPMAPestWorld.org for use by NPMA members.
View the image use policy.
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Anthem Pest Control LLC
Expert Pest Solutions
Pawnee Pest Management
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Allergy Technologies LLC
Get Started with Bed Bug Prevention!
Pest Management Professionals are discovering they can be both more efficient and effective with their bed bug work by incorporating ActiveGuard® Mattress Liners into their control and preventive strategies. PMPs are no longer passively encasing bed bugs, hoping they don’t escape; ActiveGuard® kills them 24/7 for two years.
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Members Make Headlines
Gary Muldoon, President of Orkin Canada, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Reliable Pest Control. 
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Submit Your Award Nomination by June 1st
 
Help an ACE or BCE get the recognition they deserve. Nominate someone you think deserves recognition for their hard work and contributions to our profession - you can even nominate yourself! The nominations process is detailed here.  Learn more about the ESA Certification Programs here.
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Copesan Services, Inc., is pleased to announce its $11,660 contribution to two key charitable organizations providing scholarship funds and research support to the pest management industry. 
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Weekly Headlines
The Washington Post
Some bedbugs are better climbers than others, and the bloodsuckers’ climbing prowess has practical implications.
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Sun Sentinel
Florida health officials reported a new locally acquired Zika infection in Miami-Dade County on Monday, as well as four new travel-related cases in South Florida.
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Fox LA
Public health officials are warning Southern California residents they could be seeing more insects this time of year due to a wet winter and warm spring time weather.
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Live Science
Cup-like traps that fit over a bedframe's legs have a slick inner surface that usually defeats tiny climbers. But when it comes to these traps, bloodsuckers from one bedbug species have a distinctly "hairy" advantage over their cousins, according to a new study.
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CNN
The next time you see a spider crawling around your house, look at the bright side. It's probably feasting on a bunch of other insects and providing you with free pest control.
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New Scientist
Getting sand in your mouth is an unpleasant experience – and plants seem to know it. Emerging evidence suggests that some plants cultivate a sandy taste to deter herbivores from eating them.
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