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About Environmental Coalition Incorporated

Environmental Coalition Incorporated (ECI) provides pest control services for commercial clients in office spaces, medical buildings, industrial complexes, oil and gas facilities, warehouses, and flex spaces as well as retail environments.On April 11th, 2022, Environmental Coalition Incorporated was acquired by Rentokil. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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Post Office Box 1568

Stafford, Texas, 77497,

United States

281-438 - 1500

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Rollins Acquires UK-Based NBC Environment - PCT - Pest Control Technology

Apr 14, 2022

Rollins Acquires UK-Based NBC Environment Rollins finalized the acquisition of NBC Environment headquartered in Banham, Norfolk, UK, in early April. John Dickson, managing director, founded NBC Environment in 1993. Initially, the company centered around bird control using falcons, but it has since grown into a nationwide, full-range pest control business employing more than 100. Bird and wildlife management consultancy, such as the recently finalized predator rat eradication feasibility study on the Channel Islands, still remains a specialist core activity. Dickson said of the sale, “We have a great team at NBC Environment who are all passionate about what they do. Customers recognize this, and as a result we have performed very well in recent years, growing both revenue and profit to significant levels. Together we have achieved so much. “However, NBC is an ambitious company and capable of much more. I recognized this and felt it was time to find a platform from which the company could realize its true potential.”    Dickson add that he “could see Orkin’s ambitions, and most importantly their culture, are aligned with our own. Their commitment to staff has been demonstrated by their approach to Safeguard and the other UK pest control businesses they have recently acquired. It was therefore a relatively easy decision to decide to align NBC with this family of Orkin businesses. I am confident this is a positive move, not only for the staff at NBC, but also our loyal customers.”    Matt Turek, division president of Orkin International, said, "The acquisition of NBC is our largest acquisition so far in the UK. To date, the companies we have acquired have been based in and around London and the Home Counties, but with the addition of NBC Environment, we are now delighted to be able to offer customers nationwide coverage. This represents a significant expansion of our activities in the UK.”   Paul Giannamore and Franco Villanueva-Meyer of The Potomac Company represented and acted as exclusive financial advisors to NBC Environment in this transaction. FMC's Brian Mount will discuss best tactics for perimeter pest control including but not limited to the inspection of the perimeter of a home, equipment calibration, and how to ID perimeter pests. This educational webinar will offer CEU credits in approved US States. Click here to register for the webinar. Mount started in the pest control industry in 1995 in a management training program for a large pest control company where he spent 2 years and then decided to move on as a sales and training manager for a much smaller company where he spent three more years doing hands on pest and termite work, sales and technical management. From 2000-2010, Mount worked for FMC in a technical service role. His varied experiences with FMC have given him a unique insight into the types if issues, both positive and negative, that pest professionals deal with every day. From 2006- 2010 he took on a much broader set of responsibilities as a field technical service rep for the Western U.S. He was responsible for working with not only insecticides but also herbicides, and fungicides across all markets including structural pest, golf, T&O and Nursery Greenhouse. He had the opportunity to work with university researchers on new product development trial, writing protocols, seeking advice, and creating relationships across the Western U.S. From 2011-2013, Mount took on the role of turf market specialist in the state of Florida. This new role was a combination of the technical and sales role with responsibilities for both in the turf market. From 2014 to present he was technical service manager for all insecticides nationwide. “We are excited to partner with FMC for this new educational webinar on Perimeter Pest Control. Brian Mount has incredible insight and information to share with the Pest Industry,” said David Helt, Target Specialty Products’ President. Click here to register for this free webinar. "We are thrilled to welcome ECI into the Rentokil family,” said John Myers, President and CEO of Rentokil North America. "We look forward to continuing to serve the commercial customers in the greater Houston area by protecting people and enhancing lives.”    ECI was founded in 1991 by Jay and Terri Porter, and their son Dan and his wife Victoria joined the family business in 2006 and 2012, respectively. The commercial pest business provides services in nine Texas counties, including the communities of Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery and Waller. “I speak for the entire team when I say that we are excited about the potential for growth and about seeing our life’s work continue to thrive,” said Dan Porter, District Manager of ECI. “Our values are equally paired with Rentokil, and our mutual commitment to high standards are a big reason why we decided to merge.” The Potomac Company acted as exclusive financial advisor to Environmental Coalition Incorporated. GREENSBORO, N.C. -  Syngenta announced the appointment of a new technical services manager, marketing communications lead and market manager within its Professional Pest Management (PPM) business. With years of relevant industry and professional experience, these individuals will help foster the Syngenta mission of a life uninterrupted by pests. Tim Husen has been named the newest PPM technical services manager covering Midwest and Northeast territories. He will support the Syngenta distribution network and customers, as well as provide technical support and training to the PPM sales and marketing teams. He will also work closely with universities and industry consultants to develop technical protocols for trial work. A long-time veteran of the pest management industry, Husen most recently served as a technical services representative for another manufacturer. He has also held positions as a manager of technical service at Rollins and a technical training and quality control manager at Waltham Pest Services. He holds a bachelor of science in biology, as well as a master of science and doctorate in entomology, from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. “We’re thrilled Tim has joined our technical services team,” said Mark Coffelt, head of technical services for Syngenta Professional Solutions in North America. “His industry knowledge and commitment to solving tough pest problems will be essential in providing our customers with outstanding technical support.”    Chris Gigley joins Syngenta as the new marketing communications lead for PPM, bringing 25 years of marketing and communications experience to the role. He will oversee all marketing and communications efforts for the business, playing a key role in developing communications strategies for Syngenta products and programs. Gigley holds a bachelor of science in journalism from Ohio University, along with several certifications in social media marketing. He most recently served as marketing manager for Thermaco, Inc., and previously led marketing and communication teams at OT Sports. “We’re excited to welcome Chris to our PPM team,” said Marshall Gaster, head of marketing for PPM at Syngenta. “Given his strong background in communications and marketing, he will be well-suited for helping us tell our story and connect with customers.”   Kristen Oakley has been promoted to market manager for PPM at Syngenta. In her new role, she will be responsible for strategic forecasting, pricing and promotion of the Syngenta pest management portfolio. Oakley joined Syngenta in 2009, serving in a variety of roles before transitioning to PPM in 2013 as the marketing communications lead. In this role, Oakley used her expertise to oversee many successful communications efforts for Syngenta products and programs, including Demand CS insecticide, the PestPartners 365 Program and Tandem insecticide. She earned a bachelor of science from the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business at Clemson University. “Kristen has been a fundamental part of our PPM marketing team, helping to expand and grow our Syngenta solutions with her creativity and thought leadership,” said Dave Ravel, head of sales for Syngenta Professional Solutions in North America. “We’re excited for her next journey on the PPM team and the innovative approaches she will bring.”     CLEVELAND — From cell phone and text conversations to Zoom calls to social media chats, members of the pest control community read and share news — and network with one another — on a variety of platforms. PCT’s new Talking Points weekly e-newsletter keeps the industry in the know with PCT-created podcasts, articles, videos and more, and it also includes a collection of the best social media content in the pest control industry. Our staff regularly scours social media, and Talking Points includes the most compelling social media dialogue in the pest control industry. Want to learn how to elevate your company’s social media marketing plan? Curious about the newest social media tools, like YouTube Shorts, Instagram’s Creator Lab or LinkedIn’s newsletter feature? Every Wednesday, readers can peruse the latest in social trends, view our highlighted TikTok of the Week and put their minds to the test with PCT’s own pest-themed Wordle game. The first issue of Talking Points arrives in inboxes on Wednesday, and will be delivered to your inbox every Wednesday. If you are already receiving the weekly PCT E-Newsletter (delivered every Monday) you will automatically be subscribed to Talking Points. To sign up for both e-newsletters visit .

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