Sprague Pest Solutions Earns A Top 25 National Ranking

Helping the world eat safer food and live and work in healthier environments is a responsibility Sprague Pest Solutions takes seriously.

For more than 90 years Sprague protected thousands of public and commercial facilities, and some of the world’s most recognizable consumer brands from harmful bacteria and disease transmitted by pests.

Due in part to its deep commitment to protect food, property and people, Sprague has again been named to the Pest Control Technology magazine Top 100 List (based on revenue). Sprague, the largest privately held, commercial services-only pest management company in the United States, ranked # 23 on the list that was featured in the magazine’s May issue.

In addition to innovative preventive pest management and consulting services, Sprague offers specialty technical services including risk assessments and audit preparation, heat treatments, commodity fumigations and fumigation alternatives, a full suite of organic programs, large-scale bird exclusion and management, bed bug services, and employee and food safety training.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sprague increased their disinfection services to protect commercial facilities, employees and their customers from harmful pathogens, including coronavirus.

“We are proud to once again be named to PCT magazine’s Top 100 List,” says Alfie Treleven, CEO and president of Sprague. “Our emergence as the country’s largest privately held, commercial services-only company speaks to our innovative culture, dedicated team members and unwavering commitment to consistently deliver innovative solutions and exceptional client care.  Our team always strives to better ourselves, knowing that growth will follow our hard work. I believe our growth this past year is a direct result of that mindset.”

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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