We believe that every pest control technician, or enterprise, should act during the execution of its work in a way such that it neither causes injury nor damage to any other person, nor to himself.
We believe that pest management products should be transported, stored, mixed and disposed of in a manner which preserves the quality of the ecosystem, including soil, water and endangered species.
We support efforts by government agencies and the industry to encourage the minimization of waste and the safe disposal of products and their packaging.
PROVISION OF INFORMATION
We support an open approach to the provision of appropriate information to the general public on public health pesticides and pest management techniques.
We support increased public and private funding for the development of effective, reduced-
We are committed to operate within the legislative framework of state, regional and national governments, whilst encouraging governments to take account of the pest control industry’s views and expertise.
We believe in the independent registration of pesticides by Government agencies and the control of the use of new and existing compounds based upon assessments using contemporary scientific standards.
HARMONIZATION OF REGISTRATIONS
We encourage all governments to work towards a common approach to pesticide registration.
We believe that our industry must act beyond the arena of pest management alone. The industry seeks to observe and promote the well-