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The National Pest Technical Association Announces Details of ‘PestTech 2019’ Exhibition & Conference:                                      

6th November 2019

Opening times 09:00 – 16:00 

Described as the event for pest control technicians, this annual gathering of more than 1,000 pest controllers will showcase the very latest information, featuring over 50 exhibitors and a full programme of presentations.

Pest Tech is a FREE event. CPD points will be available for attending the exhibition as well as for every seminar attended.

Click here for Floor Plan.

Although booking is not essential, pre-registration is now open on the NPTA’s website www.npta.org.uk which will help make your entry faster. Exhibitors are ready and looking forward to meeting you all and will be providing exceptional free gifts throughout the day via business card raffle (so make sure you bring plenty!).

Seminar Programme

10.00hrs – 11.00hrs ‘Considering Bats During the Pest Control Process’

Jo Ferguson & Becky Wilson – Bat Conservation Trust 

11.00hrs – 12.00hrs  ‘The Duties and Powers of Local Authorities in the UK in Respect of the Control of Public Health Rodents’ 

Chris Woodard, Independent Pest Control Consultant

12.00noon – 13.00hrs  Pest Control News Talk ‘Update on Asian Hornets in the UK’

A representative of the National Bee Unit, DEFRA

13.00hrs – 14.00hrs ‘Non-lethal Ways of Dealing With Feral Honey Bees’

Martyn Belcher & Clive Stewart - Self-taught Bee Removal Specialists

14.00hrs – 15.00hrs ‘What the Food Industry Expects from Pest Control Contractors’

John Lloyd - Independent Pest Management & Insect Consultancy

Click Here for Visitor Registration

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