Who are we?

Not for profit organization
to promote education and training
of the pest control industry.
Good Reasons To Join Today

Annual Meetings:
One of the most valuable assets of the Association is the Summer Meeting. Discuss common problems and needs, examine new equipment from our suppliers and learn form the experiments and experience of others in your field.

Information that cannot be widely circulated is published in the quarterly newsletter. Articles treating your problems, interests, needs, local and statewide news keep you up-to-date with your fellow members, your association and your profession.

Legislative Protection:
Our association works for your profession in the State Legislature. All bills introduced in each session are carefully reviewed by the legislative committee, and lobbying is done when needed to protect your interests.

The Association works closely with the Indiana State Chemist's Office in working out rule changes which benefit the industry. In these days of EPA and OSHA it is imperative that the industry be alert to proposed regulations, and stand united in its efforts either to support or oppose regulations.

Directory of Members:
A listing of all Members with addresses, phone numbers, etc., is published annually and sent to County Agents, and interested parties, as well as members. It also listed on this web site.

How To Become A Member

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The Indiana Pest Management Association database contains Company names, contact person names, addresses, phone and fax numbers, and some email addresses.

IPMA Member Application: Download PDF

Guidelines to apply:
1. Complete the application

2. Write a check in the amount of $75.00 to the:
Indiana Pest Management Association, Inc.

3. Mail the application and check to:
Indiana Pest Management Association
P.O. Box 3926
West Lafayette, IN 47996

*Checks should be made payable to the Indiana Pest Management Association.
Memberships Available

Any pest control company legally operating under the Indiana Pesticide Use and Application Law, who is actively engaged in the performance of pest control service to the general public in the State of Indiana.

Active firms may be entitled to Associate Memberships providing that additional member holds a position of employment with the sponsoring Active firm. Firms which have not been established in business for a minimum of one year or whose representatives have less than the requirements set under Section 1-b of the by-laws may also qualify for Associate Membership. When qualifications have been met, his/her status is automatically changed to that of an Active Member.

Any person, firm or corporation not performing pest control service work, but which is actively engaged in serving the pest control industry.

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