How we work
The best solution is the one that lasts, gets to the root of a problem and prevents recurrence. That’s why every MMPC team member, whatever their individual expertise, is first and foremost a listener. Discovering each individual client’s issues and needs means we can fully assess the problem, then diagnose it in detail before applying our diverse skills and technologies to create a customized, effective and lasting solution. One that addresses not only the symptoms, but the cause.
The MMPC process combines a forensic investigative precision with extensive experience and understanding of just how disruptive and inconvenient pest outbreaks can be on an environment, be it residential, corporate or commercial. Our process provides answers and pest treatments that are environmentally safe and sustainable long-term. Wherever possible, we limit the use of harmful chemicals in favor of more environmentally sensitive methods, a commitment reflected in our GreenPro certification from the National Pest Management Association.
MMPC consistently implements an EPA-approved Integrated Pest Management (“IPM”) program, which considers all possible pest control techniques to manage existing and potential infestations, while minimizing the role of pesticides.
Proper sanitation and exclusion are naturally critical to IPM program success. But, for MMPC, equally important is open communication and collaboration with each of our clients.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program goals:
- Change the living environment of the pests to inhibit pest survival
- Use inspections and monitoring devices to determine where pests are active
- Use only Safe and EPA approved pesticides
- Apply pesticides only to those area(s) where pests are active
Methods that make eco-sense
Codes + Practices
Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
At MMPC, our commitment to environmentally-safe pest solutions includes implementation of an EPA-approved Integrated Pest Management (“IPM”) program that explores all possible pest control techniques in managing existing and potential pest infestations.
National Pest Management Association (NPMA), QualityPro Certification, and GreenPro Certification
Our commitment to IPM practices, and the highest training and hiring standards, have earned us QualityPro and GreenPro certifications from the National Pest Management Association (NPMA). These designate MMPC as a top-tier pest control company in all aspects of business practices.
GreenPro companies employ a comprehensive, environmentally friendly approach by investigating the source of the problem, and devising solutions to eliminate it, with EPA-approved pesticides considered only as a last resort.
New York Pest Management Association (NYPMA) Certification
The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) is a non-profit organization established in 1933 to support the pest management industry’s commitment to the protection of public health, food and property. MMPC is a member of both the national group, and NYPMA, the New York chapter.
We frequently attend NYPMA meetings and seminars to stay current with proactive legislation and new developments in pest management methods. MMPC’s senior staff are NPMA board members and are often invited to present at NPMA annual conventions.
The National Entomology Scent Detection Canine Association (NESDCA) Certification
NESDCA represents the industry standard for canine entomology scent detection of live bed bugs and viable eggs. NESDCA was founded by pest control professionals and established to ensure that the highest standards would be codified, enforced and upheld.
Better Business Bureau (BBB) Accredited Business
We’re proud to have maintained an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau since March 2004. BBB ratings require that a business meet accreditation standards and codes, including transparent business practices, competency licensing and a low number of customer complaints. BBB codes are an integral part of MMPC’s business practices.