Photo by Ryan Kwok on Unsplash The Difference between Bedbugs and Dust Mites These nasty, little pests that live in our homes, vehicles and boats. Bedbugs can be seen with the naked eye. Dust mites are hard to detect because of their size. They are too small to be...
Bug Off – PMATT Newsletter
Toward a National Database on our Termite Problem in Trinidad and Tobago
PMATT Members to Participate in a Collective Research Project for a National Database on Termite problem in Trinidad and Tobago.
Specialisation and Why Professionals Specialise
Why Specialise? It is to place focus on a specific area of one’s trade and to strive for a level of perfection in what we do.
The Birth of a Child
PMATT’s membership recruitment conference, which was held at the Employers Consultative Association (ECA) in Aranjuez on February 12, 2014.
Subterranean termites can do severe damage. Roofing, mouldings, fittings, furniture, electrical wiring, carpet underlay can be destroyed.
In times of COVID ‘Let’s Unite to Fight the Bite!’
In the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic we are mindful that other public health threats still exist. Mosquito borne diseases such as Dengue,
The Dangers of Pesticide Concentrate Sales to the General Public
Pests will always be a problem that require control, but the misuse and abuse of toxins by untrained persons must come to an end.
Understanding Biosecurity and Covid-19
In the midst of this pandemic we are also mindful that other public health threats still exist. Mosquito borne diseases, such as, Dengue …
How and Why we are Prostituting our Industry?
One of the problems that the pest management industry experiences is the lack of respect for what we do