If you are a professional pest control company working in the UK or anywhere in the world, it makes good sense to join the British Pest Control Association.
BPCA is the leading UK trade association for the pest control industry, and represents excellence, professionalism and the promotion of best practice in the often difficult world of pest control. BPCA can represent you in places where a collective voice needs to be heard, such as in dealing with the government, your clients, and their associations, or in any circumstances where you may need some extra help.
We place great importance on promoting the highest standards of professionalism within the industry, and play a major role in enhancing these standards by way of creating guidelines and codes of practice, developing training courses and examinations, producing publications and research, and running exhibitions and conferences.
There are currently several categories of BPCA Membership designed to reflect the needs of the pest control industry in Britain, with the membership benefits and criteria differing for each category.
Full Membership is only open to incorporated companies, firms and partnerships engaged in the UK in the business of pest control in any aspect. Full Membership falls into three principle categories:
There are several other categories of BPCA Membership designed to reflect the needs of companies that do not fit into full membership or meet our strict membership criteria. These include:
"The advantages of BPCA are clear. Not only can we be assured that we are meeting the high standards that our customers expect and deserve, we are also entitled to technical support, business guidance, help with documentation and legislation, discounts and marketing."
Paul Bates, Managing Director, Cleankill Environmental Services
"BPCA is working to deliver a better, fairer Association and at the same time grow your business and keep you ahead of the competition. There is no doubt they are delivering this in bucket loads. My clients understood that if they want a professional pest controller then they'd have to pay a little extra to fund my training and association costs."
Steve Gould, Company Owner, Effective Pest Management