Sprague Pest Solutions Announces Bed Bug Webinar Series

As bed bugs continue their march across the United States, they pose many unique challenges for business owners and property managers, not to mention residents, customers and guests.

To help business owners and property managers establish proactive protocols for bed bug management Sprague Pest Solutions is joining forces with Bed Bug Central for a pair of Sprague Spotlight Webinars Series focused on this important pest.

The webinars are schedule for September 16 and 30 at 10:00 a.m. PST and there is no charge to register. Visit Spraguepest.com to register or for more information.

The two-part series will examine the bed bug resurgence and what the industry has learned through new research and field experience. After participating attendees will take away the following:

  • 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 pandemic has impacted bed bugs and the information you’ll need to stay ahead of this pest in the coming years.

For more than 90 years Sprague has helped the world eat safer food and live and work in healthier environments by protecting thousands of public and commercial facilities, and some of the world’s most recognizable consumer brands from harmful bacteria and disease transmitted by pests.

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.

Founded in 1926, Sprague services leading food processing and distribution, agriculture, commercial property, education, healthcare, and hospitality facilities from service centers across the West Coast.

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