Carpet Beetle

Promoting the Highest Standards in Pest Control

The PCC is dedicated to promoting professional excellence in the Pest Control Industry.

The PCC is the recognised voice of the professional pest control industry. It is at the forefront of developing and maintaining professional standards for the benefit of its members and their customers.

Registered and Accredited

All members of the PCC promise to act fairly and reasonably and uphold all the standards contained in the Code of Practice.

In the event of a complaint, the PCC provides an effective procedure to ensure that a solution is found fairly, quickly and efficiently.

Are you a leader or a follower?

Are you passionate about the pest control industry? Do you care about the services that your customers receive? Are you constantly striving to be the best that you can? If your answer to these questions is "yes", then you have come to the right place.

About Us

Formed in 2006, the Pest Control Charter now represents over 300 independent pest control operators throughout the British Isles.

Our Members range from small, specialist sole traders through to publicly-listed companies, and includes manufacturers and distributors of pest control products as well as providers of pest control services.

All of them carry the Pest Control Charter's logo, which means choice, value and high levels of service.

What We Do

The Pest Control Charter's main aims are to maintain high standards of trading practice for the benefit of its Members, the pest control industry at large, and the consumers that they serve, and to create as favourable a business climate as possible for its Members.

In order to achieve this, the Pest Control Charter maintains a Code of Practice, which governs the relationship between Members and their customers, between Members and the Pest Control Charter, and between Members and other Members.

Charter Updates

  • Control of Stable Flies and House Flies

    7th May 2015

    Stable flies and house flies can cause major problems when they are present in and around confined livestock facilities. Weight and production by cattle can be affected.
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  • What is Integrated Pest Management?

    7th April 2015

    IPM has become popular with many environmentalists, public health officials and others seeking to reduce exposure to pesticides.
    [Read More]

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