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EU Events

. 29-30 August, European Parliament Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, Brussels, Belgium. . 3-4 September, Brokeage on health: ‘Health, demographic change and wellbeing’ challenge in Horizon 2020, Oslo, Norway This brokerage event is focused on the H2020… Read more ›

News from Members*

*ANECPLA, BPCA, CS3D… Stay tunned for the rest of the CEPA members alphabet! FRANCE With thanks to the media review of the CS3D, the CEPA French National Pest Management Association, here are some recent media reports on pests as recent… Read more ›


Welcome to 15 CEPA members CEPA is proud to welcome 11 new members and 2 new Full Members. They represent some of the most notable pioneers of innovation and sustainability: 1. VFöS, Pest Management Association, Germany 2. S-Tuholaispalvelut Oy, Pest… Read more ›

CEPA’s Role in Key EU Policies – The Internet of Things (IoT)

Expected to exceed 1 trillion Euros by 2020[4], the Internet of Things (IoT) is behind what we call and know as ‘smart environments’. The physical and virtual worlds merge via the help of IoT. IoT is expected to revolutionise traditional… Read more ›

CEPA’s Role in Key EU Policy – Digital

Digital developments and Pest Management: Why not drones? The European Commission rightly points to the enormous growth potential represented by the digital transformation of EU business and society. CEPA is excited about its potential. Technology in the area of pest… Read more ›

CEPA’s Role in Key EU Policies – Sustainability

Sustainability: the top value of the pest management service sector and ‘innovation for health’ path Sustainability and pest management service companies One aspect of sustainability refers to the use of chemicals that harm human health and the environment. The European… Read more ›

CEPA Innovation Day for Healthy Cities

CEPA Innovation Day for Healthy Cities When? 9-13hrs, 15 October 2018 Where? Committee of the Regions, Brussels Who? EU Institutions, Civil Society, Pest Management Executives Register now: CEPA, the European Pest Management trade umbrella association is hosting an open… Read more ›

Pests & Society

What is pest? •Nothing to do with what is known as ‘pesticides’ or plant health; •Nothing to do with the PEST European Parliament Committee and its scope of work. ​“A pest is any animal which has a harmful effect on… Read more ›

Pests & Society

Pests & Public Health The WHO explains the direct pest-related public health consequences. Pests are responsible among others for allergic asthma and vector borne diseases . I. Allergic asthma: rodents, cockroaches and dustmites[1] II. Vector borne diseases “Vector-borne diseases are… Read more ›

The EU Pest Management Service Sector

#TheGoodPestManager #HealthyCities #SMEs #TrainedProfessional #Sustainability #Citizens Set up in 1974, CEPA is a Brussels based European Pest Management trade umbrella association. CEPA represents, at the European level, over 60 members in the professional pest management services. An industry with a… Read more ›