EcoWise Stakeholder Meeting

February 23, 2010

Today, the EcoWise Certified stakeholders are meeting to review where we have been and where we are going. The landscape of players in the market for certifying green pest control companies has changed. Some say it is for the better and some say it is for the worse.
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Seeing The Green Light

November 23, 2009

This month in Pest Management Professional Magazine, you can find my latest contribution, entitled The Green Light. The debate between Right vs. Left, traditional pest controllers vs. environmentalists, global warming deniers vs. global warming watchdogs goes on and on. Read the rest of this entry »

NPMA and NRDC – Marriage of Pest Control and Environmental Groups – Reviewed

October 1, 2009

Last year the National Pest Management Association created in industry defined green standards certification called QualityPro Green (now GreenPro). This past spring of 2009, the NRDC (National Resource Defense Council) approached NPMA ( National Pest Management Association) with a request to conditionally join in the effort to create a better national green program. NPMA wisely found common ground with NRDC, listening and absorbing several of their concerns and designing a better green program under a newly marketed label – GreenPro. GreenPro will now have environmental advocates from outside the pest control industry sitting on its’ board of directors.
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Bad Economy Doesn’t Stop HeartsPM

September 22, 2009

The latest news is in: Hearts Pest Management will be opening doors to business in Los Angeles!

Hearts Pest Management’s Focus on Organics themed program “Green Thumb” with EcoWise Certification, is appealing to homeowners across the state. Hearts knows that this program will resonate well in Los Angeles.
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EcoWise Meeting in Oakland

October 17, 2008

EcoWise Stakeholders Meeting to Set Future Direction

A wonderful meeting was held this week of stakeholders in the EcoWise integrated pest management program.  People in the field are going to be very pleasantly surprised by the results of the meeting.  Read the rest of this entry »

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