Edialux is proud to support CRRU, promoting best practice rodenticide usage. 

IMPORTANT: CHANGES TO RODENTICIDE PURCHASING                                   

The way you purchase anticoagulant rodenticides is changing, with new conditions coming into force on 31st March 2016, when purchasing “stewardship condition” products (as shown on the label).

This includes all second generation anticoagulants, and is regulated by the UK Rodenticide Stewardship Regime.

The UK Rodenticide Stewardship Regime requires a declaration to be completed for all professional users. This includes pest controllers, farmers and gamekeepers. 

Each declaration is a single page document, which can be downloaded from one of the links below: 

DOCUMENT 1
To be completed by companies selling rodenticides to end users and further supply chain partners. 
Download here.

DOCUMENT 2
To be completed by servicing companies, pest control companies and gamekeepers with certified user(s). 
Download here.

DOCUMENT 3
To be completed by farms that are members of an approved Farm Assurance Scheme. 
Download here.

Once completed, please return to us by post to the following address: 
Pelsis, Unit 2, Scimitar Park Industrial Estate, Courtauld Road, Basildon, Essex, SS13 1ND.
Alternatively you can fax us on 01702 512635 or email info@edialux.co.uk.  

Along with your declaration, we also require a copy of the proof of competence (acceptable certificate) for at least one certificated user for your company. If we haven’t already got a copy of your certificate please send it to us by post, email or fax. The approved list of certifications can be found at www.thinkwildlife.org

If you haven’t completed a course yet, our expert team are happy to support you. We offer two training courses which are both CRRU accredited and will guide you through the changes to rodenticide purchasing. They are Rodent Awareness & RSPH Level 2 Award in Pest Management.
To find out more click here or call 0800 0851 451

If you require assistance or any further information on this please contact our customer service team on 0800 0851 451 or your local account manager, who will be more than happy to help. 

What is CRRU?

CRRU stands for the Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide use and it helps to ensure that rodenticides are being used correctly and in ways that minimise the exposure to wildlife and non-target species.

CRRU produce a number of helpful publications to guide all user groups, including professional pest controllers, farmers and gamekeepers. 

The CRRU Code of Best Practice explains how to use rodenticides responsibly through the seven point code of practice and also gives further information on risk hierarchy, how to avoid rodent infestations and more!

Make sure you understand the new regulations and download the CRRU guide today!

 

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