Sprague Pest Solutions, Tacoma, Wash., will partner with BedBug Central, Hamilton, N.J., to offer two webinars designed to help property managers and business owners establish proactive bed bug control protocols.
The two-part series will examine the bed bug resurgence and what the industry has learned through new research and field experience. Attendees will learn:
- A review of the latest treatment tools and technology.
- Strategies for quickly eliminating established infestations.
- What’s involved with the no-prep treatment approach.
- How the COVID-19 pandemic has affected bed bugs.
- Information to help stay ahead of bed bugs in the coming years.
To register, visit the Sprague Pest Solutions registration page.
ABOUT SPRAGUE PEST SOLUTIONS
Sprague Pest Solutions was founded in 1926 and provides pest management solutions to commercial accounts – including food processing and distribution, agriculture, commercial property, education, healthcare, and hospitality facilities — from service centers across the West Coast.
In addition to innovative preventive pest management and consulting services, Sprague offers specialty technical services including risk assessments and audit preparation, commodity fumigations and fumigation alternatives, a full suite of organic programs, large-scale bird exclusion and management, bed bug services, employee and food safety training, and disinfection services.
ABOUT BEDBUG CENTRAL
BedBug Central is an authoritative information resource and website available to the public for information involving bed bugs and bed bug-related issues concerning health, prevention, and treatment methods.
Its staff experts have shared their knowledge at pest control industry conferences, in books and on television. BedBug Central produces Bed Bug TV, an online series hosted by the company’s Technical Director and research entomologist Jeffrey White. The company also created the bedbugFREE network, a nationwide network of like-minded pest management firms that adhere to the philosophies and methods developed by BedBug Central researchers.