Overall Rating Expired
Overall Score Expired
Liaison Tashina Giraud
Submission Date May 7, 2013
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Euromed Management
OP-9: Integrated Pest Management

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete Expired Tashina Giraud
Sustainable Development Manager
Department of Corporate Social Responsibility
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The size of the campus grounds :
5 Acres

The size of campus grounds that are maintained in accordance with a four-tiered IPM plan :
5 Acres

A brief description of the IPM plan(s) :

In the pest management agreement made with our sub-contractor the school not only requires preventive and curative measure – they also included sustainably requirements. They must use sustainable products, recycle, methods, etc. They also need to be careful of protected species, such as our honey bees.
Certain areas, such as the kitchen, have planned preventive policies and require increased vigilance. Basically a calendar is set up each year for pest management “visits” in which they may or may not treat the building in function to the pest “threshold”.
Since we are in a natural park, bugs thrive on the campus. The only species that the school activity seeks to eliminate are the wasp, Argentinean ants and cockroach (beetles) populations.


The website URL where information about the IPM plan(s) is available:
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In the pest management agreement made with our sub-contractor the school not only requires preventive and curative measure – they also included sustainably requirements. They must use sustainable products, recycle, methods, etc. They also need to be careful of protected species, such as our honey bees.
Certain areas, such as the kitchen, have planned preventive policies and require increased vigilance. Basically a calendar is set up each year for pest management “visits” in which they may or may not treat the building in function to the pest “threshold”.
Since we are in a natural park, bugs thrive on the campus. The only species that the school activity seeks to eliminate are the wasp, Argentinean ants and cockroach (beetles) populations.

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