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Green Certified Pest Management

Boecker® is the first company outside the United States to be Certified against the Global Green program by the National Pest Management Association, NPMA – the largest industry body for pest management in the world.

Boecker® offers Green IPM™ services to all green certified facilities such as the LEED, BREAM, Estidama (UAE), GSAS (Qatar) or similar accreditations around the Middle East.
Following the Green Pest Management approach ensures not only the necessary points for the client to pass their LEED (or other system) certification but provides a quick “tool” to upgrade to Silver, Gold or Platinum where available.

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Green IPM™ Protocol

The movement towards “green” in the field of pest control involves the use of an integrated approach to remove, control and prevent pest problems. This approach balances prevention – an important part of Green IPM™, changing unsafe and wrong sanitation habits, client awareness and a solid collaborative partnership in addition to the judicious use of pesticides, when they are deemed necessary.

GREEN IPM™ WORKS AROUND THE FOLLOWING MAIN AXES:

A Management buy-in

An imperative step for the successful implementation of the Green IPM™ and the Global Green standards.
Client contribution starts with the importance of agreeing on a pest threshold and understanding the scope of a Green IPM™ plan; creating and implementing processes for general site maintenance, proper cleaning systems, waste management and other aspects of facility management.

A solid pest prevention maintenance process to

  • Monitor and identify pest problem areas,
  • Advise on sanitary measures,
  • Advise on pest proofing techniques,
  • Manage environmental factors to reduce pest infestation

A Tailor-made Integrated Pest Management protocol is embedded into Green IPM™ procedures and plans
Through the careful use of selected natural repellents and insecticides, in addition to mechanical and physical control. This is a fundamental step to shifting towards an environmentally conscious approach and agreeing on the pests thresholds in different locations.

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