Fife Pest Control Services

42 Pitfirrane Park, Crossford
Dunfermline
Fife
KY12 8NU

56.0614, -3.4969

Pest Control

Listed under:  Pest Control

100% recommended: 9.9/10

24 reviews since 2017


British Pest Control Association


British Pest Control Association

The British Pest Control Association is the UK trade association representing all those professionally involved with the eradication of public health and nuisance pests.

There are several different groups of membership within the BPCA, designed to reflect the make up of the Pest Control industry in Britain. Full membership is only open to incorporated companies, firms, partnerships and individuals engaged in the UK in the business of pest control in any aspects.

BPCA members are drawn from UK organisations who either eradicate public health and nuisance pests, or who manufacture and distribute the required products and equipment. To become a BPCA member, organisations have to meet a range of membership criteria designed to promote a professional service. In addition, members have to agree to abide by Codes of Practice and Conduct. Companies unable to meet these criteria may enrol as probationers.



Trading Standards - Fife Trusted Trader


Trading Standards - Fife Trusted Trader

Trusted Trader is an independent scheme run by Fife Council Trading Standards. Businesses signing up to the scheme must abide by certain terms and conditions which reflect their responsible and sensible approach to the way they trade and conduct their business. For more information see Fife Trusted Trader website



Trading Standards - Perth & Kinross (Better Business Partnership)


Trading Standards - Perth & Kinross (Better Business Partnership)

The Trading Standards service of Perth & Kinross Council and Tayside Police Crime Management Unit Western Division have introduced the "Better Business Partnership", a voluntary registration scheme for businesses. The aim is to help traders comply with the law while improving consumer protection through a partnership approach.

Services offered by businesses cannot be approved or recommended, but traders who are committed to trading fairly and honestly may apply to join the registration scheme and sign a pledge that they will comply with certain terms and conditions of membership.

As long as they continue trade in a fair and honest manner, members may display the Better Business Partnership logo on their business premises, vehicles, documentation and in their advertising.




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