Case study for pest problems in Kuala Lumpur home (KLCCP), an international pest control training conference, is a unique opportunity to gain expert guidance from a specialized team of pest management specialists and consultants. The conference is the second in a series of special case studies on combating pest problems. This one concentrates on the management of infestations within residential communities in Malaysia. The conference was organized by the Environmental Monitoring Agency (EMEA) as part of their Global Partner Service.
Severe Pest Problems in Kuala Lumpur
This case study for pest management in Kuala Lumpur focuses on the infestation of house centipedes in a middle class neighbourhood of the capital of Malaysia. This colourful event was deliberately arranged by the EMA to test the local authorities’ capability in dealing with a major pest problem. The conference succeeded in raising awareness of the EMA as well as the Kuala Lumpur government on the latest pest control methods that are being used to combat the insects.
The case study for pest in Kuala Lumpur was facilitated by Dr. Wee Yean Ee, a renowned academician and former Malaysian Minister of Health. Special guests included Dr. Chuan C. Le, a world-recognized authority on insect bites, and Dr. Zethem S. Le, former Director General of the Environment and Conservation Department. The conference benefited from the combined efforts of the EMA and the Kuala Lumpur State Government together with the support of the Environmental Monitoring Agency. The participants had the opportunity to take home the latest case study for pest monitoring kits that were part of the conference package. The conference was also promoted through the online presence of the EMA website.