For Immediate Release: March 14, 2013
Local Pest Control Business Assists Federal Building Gain LEEDS Certification
Team Pest Control Inc. Helps Federal Agencies In Corporate Building Gain LEEDS Certification
(Long Island, NY) TEAM Pest Control, Inc. locally based in Sayville New York, has announced it has recently helped a corporate building tenanted by the IRS and the US Immigration Office gain LEED certification. TEAM is proud to be a part of the LEED certified building at 5000 Corporate Ct., Holtsville, New York. In the United States and in a number of other countries around the world LEED certification is the recognized standard for measuring building sustainability.
Achieving LEED certification is the best way for you to demonstrate that your building is truly “green.” The building’s management firm, REIT Management and Research, LLC enlisted the help of Team Pest Control’s owner and president, Tom Sieminski, to help sift through the lists of materials accepted by LEED. This tedious and rigorous process reduced the available pesticide usage and promoted a more environmentally aware atmosphere.
“We, at TEAM, take pride in this attitude, and gaining the LEED certification proves our commitment to higher standards, environmental stewardship, and public safety. ..” said owner Thomas Sieminski
“We are proud to be a part of a LEED certified building.” said Pete Bove, general manager.
You can learn more about Team Pest Control online at www.teampestcontrol.net and visit to learn more about our Environmentally Friendly Pest Control Products and Solutions, Upcoming Blog Posts, and Specials.
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