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Posted on: November 29, 2022
[ARCHIVED] Attend EPA's Dec 6th Webinar: Integrated Pest Management for Restaurants
Attend EPA's Webinar: Integrated Pest Management for Restaurants
For restaurants, it is important to keep away pests that are looking for food, water, and shelter inside. This webinar will highlight common challenges with pests and sustainable strategies to prevent and control them.
Dec. 6, 2022 | 2-3:30 p.m. EST | Including a 30-minute Q&A
- Learn about general pest challenges in kitchens, other vulnerable areas, and special considerations for this unique space.
- Learn how to avoid pests by using IPM tactics, including thorough drain cleaning, proper food storage, and moisture management.
- Learn the importance of communicating pest management roles and responsibilities to staff and how to hire a pest management professional.
School IPM Program Director, Oregon State University
Dawn Gouge, Ph.D.
Urban Entomologist, University of Arizona
Bennett Jordan, Ph.D.
Staff Scientist, Ecolab