PUBLISHED ON June 1st, 2010
Portland, Oregon – May 18, 2010 – Eden Advanced Pest Technologies’ Ben Danielson, Cody Pace and Stan Dawkins passed their Associate Certified Entomology (A.C.E.) exam, making them 3 out of the 343 A.C.E.’s in the country and the only A.C.E.’s in Washington State.
In order for a person to become an A.C.E. they must satisfy a series of stringent requirements. He or she must hold a current pesticide applicators license that can be verified by the Entomological Society of America and have at least 7 years of verifiable experience in the pest management field. The candidate must then pass a rigorous examination on entomology with a focus on the management of pests as well as adhere to the E.S.A’s Code of Ethics.
The A.C.E. certification provides a pest professional with added credibility in matters relating to the general public as well as the industry. Eden Advanced Pest Technologies frequently offers educational training to various organizations and associations in the communities they serve. Therefore, Eden is proud to now have three A.C.E.’s serving as valuable resources in each of their service areas in Western Washington and Oregon.
Eden Advanced Pest Technologies is an Integrated Pest Management company providing environmentally conscious pest control solutions to commercial and residential properties in the western regions of Washington and Oregon.