LNPS renews CEPA accreditation without advisories

London Network for Pest Solutions (LNPS) is pleased to announce that following an independent audit the company has once again received CEPA accreditation.

Operated by the European Association of Professional Trained Pest Managers (CEPA), ‘CEPA Certified’ is a professional certification scheme that audits pest control companies against the provisions of industry standard BS 16636 [EN 16636]. Accreditation shows the business operates to the highest professional standards while also providing tangible sustainable solutions that protect public health.

CEPA was founded in 1974 and brings together 65 national associations and international companies in 23 European countries. It seeks to contribute to the protection and wellbeing of EU citizens in the context of smart, sustainable and healthy cities. To achieve this, they work with a wide range of key actors – from local community groups and manufacturers to catering, hospital, retail, commerce and political institutions.

Paul Cooper, Managing Director of LNPS, said: “I am extremely proud of the way LNPS operates and to receive our CEPA Certified renewal without any advisories or non-conformities is testament to the team’s hard work.

“CEPA certification offers customers yet more evidence that when looking for reliable and cost-effective pest control, LNPS is their first choice.”

In addition to CEPA accreditation, LNPS is also certified to ISO 14001 for environmental management and has CHAS, Alcumus SafeContractor and SafePQQ accreditation.

About LNPS

Established in 2016, LNPS is recognised across London, Essex, Kent and the South-east of England as the benchmark for quality and integrity in pest control provision. They offer fast and efficient treatments for all types of insectsrodents and pest birds, with customers including homeownersbusinesses, local authorities and landlords.

Their vision is to deliver high-quality, efficient and affordable pest control services with honesty, professionalism, passion and expertise.


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