Friday, April 9, 2010

IPM one of the keys to higher student performance

The US EPA recently updated information linking higher student performance in schools to indoor air quality.  So what's that got to do with IPM?  Well, IPM is one of several components that EPA recognizes as critical to indoor air quality.  Not only will a good IPM program minimize the need for introduction of biohazards (in the form of some pesticides) to the indoor environment, it reduces pest risks including their associated bacterial and allergenic contaminants.  I encourage you to check out the EPA report.  It has information you can pass on to your customers about another benefit of the services you provide.

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