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We know you can’t wait so here’s your sneak peek of the 20th Anniversary Edition New York Pest Expo Speakers!

Joe Barile, BCE

Bayer

It All Starts Here – Label Comprehension and Compliance

The label is the foundation of professionalism. We will examine structural pest management developments and trends, our obligations as applicators as well as the impact of non-compliance. We’ll also take a look at expected changes under the Label Standardization Initiative.

Joe Barile is the Technical Service Lead for Bayer’s Environmental Science Division’s Pest Management and Public Health Business Group. His responsibilities include providing technical and training support to the Bayer staff as well as to PMPs, public vector control agencies and food safety specialists in the US and Canada.  Mr. Barile holds a degree in Entomology from the University of Massachusetts. He has been involved pest management since 1979 holding positions with major manufacturers, as a university extension entomologist, as a pest control technician and as the technical director of a multi-branch pest control firm. Mr. Barile is a member of the Entomological Society of America, is a Board Certified Entomologist, and a member of the American Mosquito Control Association. He is also the Commission Chairman for the Bristol County (MA) Mosquito Control Project. This is Joe’s fourth presentation at the New York Pest Expo. We are grateful to our friends at Bayer for sponsoring his appearance.

Sylvia Kenmuir, BCE, MSc.
Technical Specialist, BASF

Shoo Fly! – Fly Management Solutions
Ms. Kenmuir explains how location attracts various fly species. She offers inspection tips and strategies and reviews the biology and behavior of the major indoor and outdoor fly species as well as the management tools available for their control.

Sylvia Kenmuir has been the West Coast Technical Support Specialist for BASF for the last two years. Prior to joining BASF, Ms. Kenmuir was involved in distribution as National Technical Director for 30 years. Sylvia is a Board Certified Entomologist who received her B.S. in Biology from California State Polytechnic and her MSc. In Entomology from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. She is the Chair of the West Coast Rodent Academy, Chair of PWIPM & Rodenticide Taskforce and Past Director of the Entomological Society of America Certification Board. This is Ms. Kenmuir’s first appearance at the New York Pest Expo. We are grateful to our friends at BASF for sponsoring her presentation today.

Jeff Mc Govern
“The Pest Coach”

The Art of Exclusion
Jeff will guide us through the most important, yet neglected, aspect of long-term pest management.  Exclusion reduces the need for pesticides and devices but it also requires expertise and skill. Learn how to identify access points and what the tell-tale signs of intrusion and harborage are. The “Coach” will also offer a tour of essential exclusion tools.

Jeff McGovern is a nationally known consultant with over 48 years of experience in the pest management field. He is known as the “Pest Coach” for his vast knowledge of pests, products and procedures. His “12 Key Factors” program is in use by pest management firms worldwide. Jeff is a featured speaker at the major pest management conferences: Purdue, Maryland Interstate, The New York Pest Expo. He teaches recertification classes for pest management firms and associations across the country. His articles appear regularly in Pest Management Professional (PMP) and Pest Control Technology (PCT) magazines and he was published in The Journal of Economic Entomology in 2000. He has appeared in many training videos and has served as a voice-over talent as well. This is Jeff’s fourth appearance at the New York Pest Expo. 

John Murphy
CO2 Development and Implementation Manager

Liphatech

Are You Serious? – Rodent Management for Grownups

Get ready: Changes are coming to the way we manage rodent populations. John will share what some of the future trends may be and the way we can adapt to those pressures.

John Murphy is the CO2 Development and Implementation Manager for Liphatech. He has 40 years of pest control experience; 15 of which were spent as an owner/operator of commercial service companies, as well as a pesticide distribution firm in New York City. He has been with Liphatech for over 20 years and during that time he has worked throughout North America perfecting the art of eradicating rodents. He has assisted municipalities, health departments, government facilities, food establishments, zoos and many other sensitive accounts with customizing rodent abatement programs. This is John’s fourth appearance at the New York Pest Expo. We are grateful to our friends at Liphatech for sponsoring his presentation.

Dr. William H. Robinson, PhD.
The Fountainhead Group

Application Technologies – Where We Are, Where We’re Going
With his review of traditional application equipment and their limitations, Dr. Bill calls for a reboot on the features the next generation of delivery systems should contain. He also explodes the myths regarding power, volume, pressure and layering.

Dr. Robinson conducted research in structural pest control and application technology at Virginia Tech for 30 years. He was Technical Director for B&G Equipment Company for 20 years where he helped develop tools for insecticide application in professional pest control. He is now Technical Product Director at the Fountainhead Group, a U.S.-owned company that manufactures insecticide application equipment. He has written a text book and a reference book on urban entomology, and 5 training manuals for service technicians (two written in Chinese). Bill has the second-highest number of appearances as a speaker at the New York Pest Expo. We are grateful to our friends at The Fountainhead Group for sponsoring his presentation today.

Louis N. Sorkin, BCE

Entsult Associates, Inc.

In it For the Long Run – Long-Lived Organisms

Lou will delve into the factors that favor longevity in nature.  We’ll learn about some amazing long-lived arthropods. Lou will also go over the causes and remedies for long-lived and persistent infestations.

Lou Sorkin graduated with an M.S. in Entomology from the University of Connecticut in 1978. He is a Board Certified Entomologist in Urban and Industrial Entomology, specializing in forensic studies.  For 35 years he worked in the Department of Entomology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. In 2000, Lou founded his entomology consulting business, Entsult Associates, Inc. Lou is a consultant for the medical profession, law enforcement, the hospitality and real estate industries, museums as well as pest management firms. He has contributed to film industry scripts where arthropods are an integral part of the storyline. He has co-authored various papers and articles that deal with spiders, flies, mites and ticks, and has a special interest in insects as food, a discipline called entomophagy. Lou has presented at the New York Pest Expo more than any other speaker.

Register now for the 20th Anniversary of the New York Pest Expo, Thursday, November 10, 2022

8 Am To 6 Pm

The George Washington Bridge Doubletree Hotel
2117 Route 4 East, Fort Lee, NJ 07024

Admission: $150.00 (By Nov. 5)
 Late Registration: $200.00 (After Nov. 5)
Payment Is Final

Register NOW!

Breakfast, Lunch, Open-Bar Reception and Free Parking Included 

Total NYS DEC Credits For The Entire Event:
CORE – 1.00, 7A – 5.00, 7F – 5.00, 8 – 2.00

Miss It And You’ll Regret It
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Joe BarileJoe Barile opened this year’s New York Pest Expo. His presentation, General Entomology for PMP’s focused on what the urban PMP needs to know about practical entomology. He is a great entomologist and outstanding educator. Joe was our instructor when Bug Off presented the first Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) Preparatory Course in 2008.

Joe started off with encouraging us all to become well-rounded entomological experts. Things are changing and we must change as well. We need to become more current and stop relying on treatments that are outdated. Always remember, you are the expert. Not your client. Rely on your knowledge not their assumptions. Investigate and confirm the problem. You must become more tactical and know the biology of the pest. You must predict what the outcome will be and decide if a treatment is necessary.

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Each year we have an incredible line up of speakers at the New York Pest Expo. This year is no different! Please, meet our speakers! 

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Joe BarileJoe Barile, BCE, Bayer Environmental Science
General Entomology for PMPs

What the urban Pest Management Professional needs to know about practical entomology: arthropod characteristics; insect anatomy, physiology, life cycles, environmental niche; taxonomy and representative orders. Learn from a great entomologist and educator.

Joe Barile is the Technical Service Lead for Bayer Environmental Science’s Professional Products Division. His responsibilities include providing technical and training support to the internal BES staff and externally to Pest Management Professionals and public vector control agencies in the United States and Canada.  Mr. Barile holds a degree in Entomology from the University of Massachusetts. He has been involved in urban and public health pest management since 1979 holding positions with major IPM product manufacturers, in public mosquito control, as a university extension entomologist, as a pest control technician and as the technical director of a multi-branch pest control firm. Mr. Barile is a member of the Entomological Society of America, is a Board Certified Entomologist, and a member of the American Mosquito Control Association. We are pleased to have Joe present once again at the New York Pest Expo.


Bobby Corrigan
Dr. Bobby Corrigan, RMC Consulting
Rodent Management Updates

The relationship between rodents and climatic events. Investigation, trapping and baiting strategies. Updates and behavior and biology. Why rodent-proofing is the ultimate technique.

Dr. Bobby Corrigan is the Director of RMC Pest Management Consulting, Richmond, IN. He has published over 150 technical publications in pest control and is a regular contributor and columnist for Pest Control Technology and Pest Management Professional. Dr. Corrigan is the author of Rodent Pest Management: A Practical Guide for Pest Management Professionals; the Mallis Handbook of Pest Control on rodents; and co-author of The Scientific Guide to Pest Control Operations. In 2008, Bobby was inducted into the Pest Management Hall of Fame. This is Bobby’s third appearance at the Expo.

Jeff McGovern Bug Off Pest Control Center NYPestExpoJeff McGovern

A Survey of Essential Equipment

Find success in the use of mechanical techniques – vacuums, thermal units, freezing systems. Make the greatest use of monitoring and trapping devices. Learn about the latest green developments. Master the art of exclusion and encasement.

Jeff McGovern has 40 years of experience in pest management . A frequent speaker at the Purdue Conference, he has an excellent reputation for providing clear and engaging presentations. He has collaborated with USDA scientists and researchers in the areas of pest control, sanitation and food handling. He has authored a number of articles on pest control and currently writes the “Fact vs. Fiction” column for PMP Magazine. This is his third appearance as a speaker at the New York Pest Expo.
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Joe Barile PE 2013It was a while since Joe made a presentation at the New York Pest Expo and he received a huge welcome back reception. From all of us, thanks Joe for being a part of the New York Pest Expo once again and sharing your expertise with us!

Roaches are rebounding and it’s time to go over the fundamentals. We’ve been ignoring roaches at the conferences and Joe put them back where they belong: front and center. To really understand how to approach a cockroach infestation you have to think small. Cockroaches like warm, humid and hidden places. They live a very secretive life. They’re also extremely sensitive to touch. If they sense the slightest breeze they’ll run and hide. They live for three things: food, water, and shelter/breeding sites. Remove any one of these elements (especially water) and you will create enormous stress on their environment.

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