About The Pest Management Association


In 1998 the Pest Management industry was presented with a set of draft regulations for Pest Control Operators by the Pesticides and Toxic Chemicals Control Board. The Board, like others in the Public and Private sectors, desired to discuss the industry’s issues with a representative organization and not individuals or individual companies. Since there was none, a handful of Pest Management Service providers collaborated to meet the challenge.The Pest Management Association of Trinidad and Tobago (PMATT) was formed and registered as a non-profit organization in 2007.

Our Vision

We envision the transformation of an industry where consumers and the public, in general, are assured of an environment that is safe and healthy, through the safe use and application of pesticides and other non-chemical treatment procedures, by trained and certified Pest Management professionals.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to bring collaboration amongst Pest Management service providers and professionals and to promote the highest level of business ethics, professionalism, and best practice industry standards, through education and training, for the benefit of consumers and the environment.

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Why the Association

  • The need for a body which will represent the collective interest of the industry to regulatory agencies, clients, and the general public.

  • Collectively pursue common approaches to respond effectively to issues of service delivery standards, training, certification, service agreements, warranties, tenders and quotations.

  • The need for an unbiased representative body to inform consumers of the minimum acceptable standards and best practices of the industry.


  • To bring together all Pest Management service providers and professionals, i.e. large and small companies, individual operators and Service Technicians.

  • To provide a platform where all members will have the opportunity to express their opinions, a platform where those opinions will be heard and considered.

  • To be the official representative of its members in matters relating to regulation, legislation and Government authorities.

  • To promote the aims and objectives of members to all relevant bodies.

  • To develop and recommend policies to reinforce and maintain Best Practices for our industry.