Safer Pest Control Project Resources

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SPCP offers site assessments and individualized assistance for childcare centers, public housing residents and management, schools and other educational facilities interested in beginning or fine tuning an existing Integrated Pest Management Program. Our staff will join you on a walk-through your facility and will highlight structural issues and sanitation conditions that contribute to pest problems. Participants receive a report documenting the results, along with suggestions for addressing problems identified during the walk-through.


SPCP will conduct workshops for management personnel, teachers, child care providers, tenants or homeowners. Workshops will include components of an IPM program, repair and sanitation methods and a question & answer session. Attendees will receive an IPM toolkit containing caulk, a caulk gun, steel wool, clothespins, an instruction sheet, and fact sheets to be used to control pests at home.


SPCP will assist you on technical IPM questions, including making sure that your pest control operator and waste hauler are properly informed of their important role in the IPM program. SPCP will do regular follow-up assessments and recommend any further activities needed to promote a successful program.


We have experts that can visit your School, Environmental Group, Garden Club, or Homeowner’s Association to discuss the effects of reducing the health risks and environmental impacts of pesticide use. Topics may include: Asthma and Children, Beginning an IPM Program in your School or Childcare Facility, Lawns we Can Live With: Alternatives to Pesticides in Your Garden, Reducing Pesticide Use in Your Home. Nominal fees apply, scholarships may be available.


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