National Air Duct Cleaners Association.

The Association for the inspection, maintenance and restoration of HVAC systems was founded in 1989 as a non-profit association of companies involved in cleaning HVAC systems. Its mission was to promote source elimination as the only acceptable cleaning method and to set industry standards for the association.

Currently, NADCA standards and certifications are regularly specified to ensure that HVAC systems are evaluated, cleaned and restored safely and efficiently.


International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association.

IKECA was founded in 1989 when a small group of specialists in cleaning hoods met at a gathering of the sector. There they soon discovered they shared the same ideas about the importance of cleaning exhaust ducts for fire prevention.

IKECA members are proud to have made a significant contribution to the reduction in kitchen fires in the United States.

In 2009 Ikeca joined the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as a developer of regulations.


European Ventilation Hygiene Association

The European Ventilation Hygiene Association (EVHA) was founded in 1999 by a small group of people representing a number of countries across Europe.

Our objectives are to promote the Ventilation Hygiene industry within Europe and lobby for improved legislation and standards.

They are recognised as the sign of competence and quality through training and certification.


European Ventilation Hygiene Association

A.I.S.A. (ASSOCIAZIONE ITALIANA IGIENISTI SISTEMI AERAULICI) was established in April 2004 from the collaboration of a number of companies in the sector united by the desire to operate at the highest quality level in the field of inspection, maintenance and refurbishment of aeronautical systems.

Our association aims to disseminate, at the suggestion of its members, all information on the most innovative procedures in its field of activity and to place the technical and legal information in its possession at the service of companies, public bodies and associations.


Asociación de empresas de limpieza en sistemas de extracción (Association of extraction system cleaning companies).

Founded in 2013 to generate a sectoral body made up of companies engaged in technical cleaning of fume extraction systems, machinery, equipment and supplies in the sector.

Among its missions are the creation and promotion of quality standards for technical hood cleaning systems. They also aim to promote appropriate legislation in institutions to keep smoke extraction systems safe and hygienic to ensure the health and safety of people, and the performance of those systems.


Asociación nacional de empresas de control de plagas (National association of pest control companies).

This is a national organisation representing the Spanish pest control services sector. Together, the associated companies exceed approximately 80% of the turnover of the sector.

Since its founding in 1992, ANECPLA has fought for the consolidation of a professional sector that is aware of the need to ensure, through their actions, public health and environmental protection.

Through an effective and efficient control, professional pest controllers, as experts in the protection of public health and the maintenance of quality of life, face the effects of these pests that transmit disease, pollute our environment, create psychological problems and cause significant economic and/or structural damage.

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