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From fighting mosquitoes that transmit dangerous and deadly diseases, protecting America’s food from cockroaches and rodents, defending businesses and homes from structure-crippling termites, to specializing in bed bug eradication—pest management professionals are defenders of public health and property and a catalyst for the economy.
Structural pest management is dependent upon access to pesticides, devices and cutting-edge technologies and practices to remediate pests through integrated pest management. NPMA actively defends the industry by ensuring federal and state policymakers understand the value these tools and practices to remediate dangerous and deadly pests and base their decisions on sound science.
NPMA is at the forefront of environmental stewardship and pollinator protection and believe that both regulators and industry should adhere to sound science while allocating government resources to preserve our nation’s natural resources of diverse species and ecosystems.
Threats to the structural pest management industry are more present than ever. Occupational licensing reform, tax increases, and local governments regulating pesticides all have the potential to make or break your business. But the industry has never been more equipped to tackle the challenges of today and tomorrow.