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  • Fri Jul 14 2017

    New Study Suggests EU Neonic Ban Would Not Help Bees

    As the European Commission mulls whether to widen an existing ban on three neonicotinoid chemicals, a new large-scale study lends support to the industry argument that neonicotinoid chemicals can be used without harm to bees, the Genetic Lite...

  • Fri Jul 14 2017

    EPA Registers Dry Ice Product for Burrowing Rats

    WASHINGTON - On June 29, EPA's Registration Division registered Bell Laboratories’ dry ice product for control of burrowing rats, Rat Ice. The registration provides localities and PMPs with another tool for use in efforts to control these p...

  • Fri Jul 14 2017

    Central Life Sciences Hires Clabaugh

    Schaumburg, Ill.– Central Life Sciences is welcoming Jacob Clabaugh to the sales team for its Zoëcon Professional Products and Vector divisions. Clabaugh will be joining the organization as sales account manager, managing sales in Kansas, Mis...

  • Thu Jul 13 2017

    Azuga Deals Functionality Added to Maintenance Module

    SAN JOSE, Calif. — As an added benefit to the Azuga Maintenance module, which alerts businesses about service demands before issues arise, Azuga just launched the Azuga Deals add-on, which automatically pulls local coupons related to the part...

  • Thu Jul 13 2017

    Terminix Triad Awarded By Triad Business Journal

    GREENSBORO, N.C., - The Triad Business Journal recently released its “Best Places to Work in the Triad,” and Terminix Triad came in second place among dozens of competitors. The Journal’s "Best Places to Work" program highlights companies in ...

  • Thu Jul 13 2017

    AP&G Hires Stan Cope

    BAYONNE, N.J. — AP&G Co. announces the addition of Dr. Stanton Cope Jr. as the company’s first vice president of products and technical services. The role was created to gear up for AP&G’s rollout of new mosquito management products. Cope h...

  • Wed Jul 12 2017

    American Pest Control Announces Scholarship Winners

    ATHENS, GA - Throughout Georgia and South Carolina, 21 Gene Higginbotham Memorial Scholarships were awarded to high school students by American Pest Control. All the recipients boasted many academic, athletic or community service-oriented acc...

  • Wed Jul 12 2017

    Gunter Pest’s Besheer Family Promotes Pollinator Health Through Beehive Insta...

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In recent years, pest control operators have been re-affirming their commitment to be protectors of pollinator health in variety of ways. Jay Besheer, president of Gunter Pest Management, and his wife, Pam, decided to hav...

  • Tue Jul 11 2017

    Follow Along: Brothers Bike Nears Finish Line

    TROY, Pa. — With the finish line in sight, time is running out to donate to the Brothers Bike, a 3,800-mile cross country trek to raise money for two important causes near and dear to the hearts of Bobby, Raleigh and Dennis Jenkins, owners of...

  • Tue Jul 11 2017

    Terminix Names Curtis Director of Technical Services

    MEMPHIS, Ten.. — Terminix announced that Paul Curtis was named director of technical services in June. In this role, Curtis is responsible for providing expert technical information and support to Terminix operations including branch, regio...

  • Tue Jul 11 2017

    Anticimex Group Acquires Modern Pest Services

    Anticimex Group announced today another significant U.S. acquisition in Brunswick, Maine-based Modern Pest Services, a $17.1 million firm that ranked #46 on PCT’s Top 100 list. Terms of the deal were not announced. Modern Pest Services was ...

  • Tue Jul 11 2017

    Anticimex Group Announces Pair of Significant U.S. Acquisitions

    Anticimex Group announced today another significant U.S. acquisition in Brunswick, Maine-based Modern Pest Services, a $17.1 million firm that ranked #46 on PCT’s Top 100 list. Terms of the deal were not announced. Modern Pest Services was ...

  • Mon Jul 10 2017

    Liphatech Offers 'Soft Bait Challenge'

    MILWAUKEE, Wis. –Liphatech is inviting pest management professionals to “Take the Soft Bait Challenge.” They want PMPs to see what happens when FirstStrike, Resolv or TakeDown go head-to-head with competitive bait products, according to a Lip...

  • Sat Jul 8 2017

    Woman Sues Extended Stay America for Alleged Bed Bugs in Hotel

    TAMARAC, Fla. - A professional poker player sued Extended Stay America after a 2014 stay resulted in what she and her lawyer say are bed bug bites, Local10.com reported. Kimberly Stone stayed at the Tamarac hotel for a tournament when she w...

  • Sat Jul 8 2017

    Charleston Fire Station Experiences Second Bed Bug Infestation

    CHARLESTON, S.C. - Bed bugs have been found for the second time at a Charleston Fire Department station, after a bed bug-sniffing dog confirmed their presence. The revelation comes only a month after it was announced the station had removed...

  • Sat Jul 8 2017

    Truly Nolen Promotes Baker

    TUCSON, Ariz. – Truly Nolen Pest Control recently announced the promotion of Ed Baker to Manager of the company’s Broward and Palm Beach County commercial service office. His territory includes West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and...

  • Sat Jul 8 2017

    Planning to Buy or Sell? Take Part in PCT’s M&A Virtual Event

    Are you exploring the possibility of a sale, currently in the market for acquisitions or laying the groundwork for succession planning? If so, the fifth annual PCT Mergers & Acquisitions Virtual Conference is for you. The Aug. 23 event prov...

  • Fri Jul 7 2017

    Wil-Kil Named a 'Best Places to Work'

    MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. — Wil-Kil Pest Control, a Copesan Pest Solutions Partner, was recently named one of the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Best Places to Work. Wil-Kil was identified as a winner in the medium category with 50-99 employees. Wi...

  • Fri Jul 7 2017

    Purdue Researchers Working on Novel Vector Control Solutions

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University entomology professor Catherine Hill is researching a way to respond to new and reemerging vector borne diseases, specifically without wiping out the mosquito population. Arthropod vectors include ins...

  • Fri Jul 7 2017

    Woman Sues Extended Stay America for Alleged Bed Bugs in Hotel

    TAMARAC, Fla. - A professional poker player sued Extended Stay America after a 2014 stay resulted in what she and her lawyer say are bed bug bites. Kimberly Stone stayed at the Tamarac hotel for a tournament when she woke to bug bites cover...