Welcome to AZPPO - Your Voice in the Industry
Come and network with a group of individuals and business owners who share your business interests ... Now you have a chance to let your voice be heard by becoming a member of the largest and fastest growing Pest Management Association in Arizona, we want you to be part of it. Help become a strong and positive influence in the industry. You owe it to yourself, your family and your business to become an involved and educated industry member.
2017 Conference CEU Hours
If you attended our conference March 28-30, 2017, our volunteer partner is currently working on updating hours through the states. Please be patient as there a many to enter. When they tell us the process is complete, we will post that information here on our website.
DO YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR BILL SB1121?
Bill Summary: A person who applies for certification as a pest management qualified applicator is required to submit to the Department of Agriculture Division of Pest Management a full set of fingerprints and fees for submission to the Department of Public Safety to obtain a state and federal criminal records check.
Don't miss your opportunity to discuss this with your legislators on March 16th. Your business depends on it!. More on this event here.
More about this bill and other key legislation can be found on our Legislative resource page HERE.
AzPPO wins another battle against governmental over reach
Recently our lobbyist Courtney LeVinus received an email from one of our members, Dena Berg from Northwest Exterminating in Tucson, concerning an issue which had occurred with the Pima County Health Department. Northwest had performed a thorough cleanout for German Cockroaches in a restaurant. One of the products they used in the clean out was an insecticidal dust formulation. The application was performed according to label and was done legally and professionally. In spite of this the inspector had ordered all dust applied in the attic space to be cleaned up citing FDA code which does not allow Tracking Powder to be used in restaurants. AZPPO teamed up with Vince Craig of the Pest Management Division of the Department of Ag to try to resolve this issue. Read more HERE.