Ensystex has released Ecothor, a new, all-natural drain clearing product that uses an extract of the European olive tree to produce a proprietary active component.
The discovery of western drywood termite damage to the structural timber of a home in Sydney is the first of its kind in Australia, giving authorities cause for concern.
Garry Webb of Sumitomo Chemical outlines the threat posed by invasive ant species.
Peter McCarthy, director of Pest IT, shares some helpful tips for working safely at height when installing bird control solutions.
How do we know that pest control products work as they say they do? In the first of a two-part series looking at product testing, we reveal the process manufacturers are required to follow in order to have a product registered.
The results are in from the Professional Pest Manager magazine Readers’ Survey 2019. So what do you think about the magazine, what did we do well and what could be improved?
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