Membership

Membership Levels

Dedicated to enriching the industry by way of example and incentive, we have created three levels of membership: Standard and Executive. We also welcome friends of the pest management industry as Allied members.

Executive Members

Executive members have chosen to co-sponsor PCOEAG and are provided with their own PCOEAG webpage.

All prospective members must submit the PCOEAG application in full. Standard Members of PCOEAG must agree to abide by the PCOEAG Code of Ethics and Standards. Executive Members also elect to contribute to environmentally responsible pest control development by co-sponsoring PCOEAG with a nominal annual fee.

Executive Member privileges include use of the PCOEAG logo (with specific designation “Executive Member”), representation on the PCOEAG website with their own page (length and other standards set by administrator) with a link to their firm’s website (provided that reciprocal links are established), access to the PCOEAG newsletter and blog site.

Executive Membership responsibilities include adherence to the PCOEAG standards and ethics, remain current with respect to dues, and make annual contributions to the PCOEAG newsletter or blog. Other duties may be determined at a later date.

Standard Members

Standard members show a stance toward environmentally conscious pest management.

A candidate for Standard Membership must complete the PCOEAG application and agree to the PCOEAG code of ethics and standards. There is no membership fee for Standard Members of PCOEAG.

Standard Membership privileges include use of the PCOEAG logo (specifically with designation “Member”), representation on the PCOEAG website within the Standard Membership page, access as well as participation in the PCOEAG blog.

Standard Membership responsibilities include adherence to the PCOEAG standards and ethics and participation (including comments) in the PCOEAG in the PCOEAG blog.

Allied Members

Allied members are companies and individuals who work with and/or support the pest control industry, such as manufacturers, suppliers and consultants.

A prospective Allied Member must submit the PCOEAG application for Allied Member and agree to the principles, standards and ethics of the PCOEAG. Upon completion of application process the applying firm will be granted Allied Membership.

Allied Membership privileges include use of of the PCOEAG logo (specifically with designation “Allied Member”), listing on the PCOEAG website within the Allied Membership page (length and other standards set by administrator), a link from their listing to their company website (provided that a reciprocal link is established) and access to the PCOEAG newsletter and blog site.

Allied Membership responsibilities include adherence to the PCOEAG standards and ethics and contribution to the PCOEAG newsletter and blog is encouraged. Other duties may be determined at a later date.