National Pest Technicians Association

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National Pest Technicians Association (NPTA Ltd)
Abbreviation NPTA
Motto The Professionals Choice
Formation 1993
Legal status Non-profit company
Purpose To improve professionalism within pest control servicing companies and their respective Pest Control Technicians and to provide a platform to encourage exchange of guidance, help and information within the UK
Location
Region served
UK
Membership
Pest Control Technicians and their respective servicing companies
Chairman
Iain Turner
Main organ
"Today's Technician" - its quarterly magazine
Website NPTA

The National Pest Technicians Association is a professional trade association for pest control companies in the UK, with over 850 total memberships. Pests concerned with include rodents, certain vertebrate pests (including grey squirrels, urban foxes and rabbits, all designated bird pests (e.g. feral pigeons, corvids, certain specified seagulls) and public health insect pests (e.g. bed bugs, fleas, cockroaches, stored product moths and beetles).

History[edit]

It was formed in June 1993 to provide a forum and platform to help and assist professional pest control technicians and their respective servicing companies to undertake their responsibilities safely.

Structure[edit]

The association has its offices and administration centre in the village of Kinoulton between Nottingham and Melton Mowbray in the Vale of Belvoir in south Nottinghamshire.

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