Food and Beverage Processing

Wil-Kil Pest Control, a pest control company serving all of Wisconsin including Green Bay, Madison and Milwaukee, has been resolving pest problems for the food and beverage processing industries since 1924. We understand your high standards and bring a technically sophisticated approach and unmatched level of expertise to meet your needs.

The food processing industry has high standards when it comes to pest management; more importantly, so do your customers. That means providing your customers with safe, untainted products. One infestation or a poor audit score may drive customers away for good, no matter how well the food is produced or packaged. Wil-Kil Pest Control understands this.

We recognize your pest management needs are critical to the success of your organization and require a technically-superior approach and expertise. That’s why Wil-Kil Pest Control has developed an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program designed specifically for the highly regulated food industry – FoodGuard™

Our FoodGuard™ program will:

  • Minimize your concerns related to pests and the problems they cause
  • Provide your facilities with a sophisticated account pest management program
  • Contribute to the success of your environmental initiatives through a true IPM program
  • Support your goals to be competitive and profitable with a pest-free environment
  • Protect your reputation and brand

Wil-Kil Pest Control will safeguard your facilities with a new level of protection for your properties with solutions for:

  • Flies
  • Rodents
  • Cockroaches
  • Ants
  • Other key pests

Wil-Kil’s FoodGuard™ program is delivered by our IPM Service Specialists who are specifically certified to provide pest management services for the highly regulated food processing and beverage industries.

They stand ready to serve you, armed with knowledge of your pest situations, environments and food industry experience. To become certified as a Signature Care IPM Service Specialist, service personnel must qualify through experience, participate in extensive training and pass a rigorous examination. In doing so, the candidate demonstrates relevant knowledge in several key areas of food industry pest management:

  • IPM, as it relates to specific pests in food facilities
  • Regulatory and inspection standards
  • Food safety and security
  • Supply chain implications
  • Brand protection

FoodGuard™ IPM Service Specialists must complete annual education and re-certification training to keep them up to date on the latest developments in Integrated Pest Management. This high degree of education, training and experience provides you with the most effective pest solutions for your food or beverage processing facility.

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