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 Welcome to the
Safety Source for Pest Management 

Are you looking for a pest management company that can take care of a pest problem safely without using dangerous pesticides?
It is difficult in today's marketplace to sort through the safety claims and the meaning behind words such as "safe" or "harmless." Because of this, we have put together a growing directory of companies that are interested in providing the services you want, without poisoning you, your family, or the environment. The directory is intended to be used for pest problems in homes, commercial sites, schools, parks, golf courses, and more. 

Before you use this directory, a word of caution. 
Companies are listed in the Safety Source for Pest Management because they have completed the Beyond Pesticides survey and indicated that they use one or more practices and/or materials that we categorize as "non-toxic" or "least-toxic." We include in this directory the companies' survey responses in their own words so that you can see them for yourself. Many of the companies in the directory operate businesses that we consider "mixed operations" because they may also use products that we classify as "toxic." As a customer, you must talk with the service provider about the products that they use, inform yourself on their potential to cause adverse effects, and decide what makes sense for you.

This directory provides a number of links that should provide you with assistance. If a service indicates the use of a pesticide product, the directory provides a link to a factsheet on the product's active ingredient.

Contact Us.
If you know of a pest management company that should be listed in this directory, contact us with their name and contact information. Please send us an email with this information. If you operate a pest management company and think your company belongs in this directory, please get in touch by email or other means. Please consider completing the National Least-Toxic Service Providers Directory Survey*, which you can find on the Beyond Pesticides website.

* PDF format; You will need the free Acrobat Reader to view this file.