PMATT’s membership recruitment conference, which was held at the Employers Consultative Association (ECA) in Aranjuez on February 12, 2014.
Bug Off – PMATT Newsletter
Subterranean termites can do severe damage. Roofing, mouldings, fittings, furniture, electrical wiring, carpet underlay can be destroyed.
In the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic we are mindful that other public health threats still exist. Mosquito borne diseases such as Dengue,
Pests will always be a problem that require control, but the misuse and abuse of toxins by untrained persons must come to an end.
In the midst of this pandemic we are also mindful that other public health threats still exist. Mosquito borne diseases, such as, Dengue …
One of the problems that the pest management industry experiences is the lack of respect for what we do
It is with great pleasure that I introduce the first issue of our newsletter BUG-Off! It is a periodic publication, and with the involvement
Shawn Kirk has been a veteran laboratorian with 36 years of expert, unparalleled experience with the medical laboratory technology field….
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