Thursday, 8 August 2013

Pest Control London Ontario

pest control london ontario
Structural Pest Management Association of Ontario

Structural Pest Management Association of Ontario


SPMAO – Who We Are

The SPMAO is the largest and oldest professional Structural Pest Management industry Association in Ontario.
As the most experienced and largest professional association of our kind in Ontario, we are a strong advocate and voice for our members. We will help you comply with ever-changing health and safety standards, no matter how strict, and protect your interests.
Through workshops and training seminars, we make it easy for our clients to obtain their professional licenses and stay current with the latest policies, standards and best practices.
We are a non-profit organization with a Board of Directors comprised of representatives from our members. SPMAO represents over 150 licensed companies that actively protect the health and safety of all Ontarians.
While SPMAO members are diversified, they all have one thing in common: they care about the health and welfare of everyone. Whether it’s by ensuring the safety of our province’s food stocks, health care and educational facilities, residential dwellings, hotels, restaurants or food processing plants, each one makes a vital contribution.

Pest FAQs

• Fleas have changed history. More human deaths have been attributed to fleas than all the wars ever fought. As carriers of the bubonic plague, fleas were responsible for killing one-third of the population of Europe in the 14th century.
• Two fleas breeding, under ideal conditions, have the potential to produce two trillion descendants in nine months
• The Anopheles mosquito was the cause of six to seven million cases of malaria annually in the United States in the 1930′s
• Ticks transmit the organisms for relapsing fever, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Lyme disease.
• Since 1980, 80,000 cases of Lyme disease have been reported in 48 states.
• The house fly can harbor more than 100 kinds of pathogenic organisms and may transmit more that 65 human and animal disease organisms.
• Cockroaches may transmit food poisoning, cholera, dysentery and typhoid.
• Seven to eight percent of the general population has an allergy to insects. In a study conducted in Atlanta concerning the chronic flu symptoms of inner city children, it was learned that as many as 45 percent were allergic to cockroaches READ MORE

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