Environet Pest Control FDA License to Operate in the Philippines

Environet Pest Control’s FDA License to Operate in the Philippines

by | Feb 14, 2024 | News, Pest Control

Last updated on March 19th, 2024 at 03:10 pm

In line with our commitment to safeguard public health, Environet Pest Control adheres to comprehensive guidelines outlined in FDA Circular No. 2022-010, securing the FDA License to Operate. These regulations ensure the safe and effective use of household/urban pesticide products in pest control operations.


FDA License to Operate Proof with our Environet Pest Control Technician

Environet Pest Control is thrilled to announce that we have successfully passed and received our License to Operate (LTO) Certificate from the FDA today, February 14, 2024. This milestone marks our commitment to upholding the highest standards in pest control services, aligning with the regulations set forth by the FDA.

Importance of Having a License to Operate (LTO)

The acquisition of an LTO holds paramount importance for pest control operators, such as Environet Pest Control, for several key reasons:

Legal Compliance

The LTO serves as a legal document, ensuring that Environet Pest Control operates in full compliance with the regulations outlined in Circular No.2022-010, the FDA Act of 2009, and related administrative orders. This compliance is crucial for the integrity and reputation of our business.

Quality Assurance

The FDA-issued LTO signifies that Environet Pest Control meets stringent standards for the safe, effective, and quality use of household/urban pesticide products and that must be duly registered with the FDA. This certification instills confidence in our clients, assuring them of the reliability and excellence of our pest control services.

Consumer Trust

Possessing an LTO demonstrates a commitment to consumer safety and health. Clients are more likely to trust a pest control service provider with the official endorsement of regulatory authorities, reinforcing Environet Pest Control’s dedication to responsible and ethical practices.

Environmental Responsibility

The guidelines outlined in Circular No.2022-010 emphasize the proper use, application, transfer, storage, and disposal of household/urban pesticide products. An LTO signifies Environet Pest Control’s commitment to environmentally responsible pest control practices.

Business Credibility

A License to Operate enhances the credibility of Environet Pest Control in the industry. It distinguishes our business as one that adheres to the highest standards, contributing to our standing as a reliable and trustworthy pest control service provider.

How can I verify if my service provider is an FDA-licensed pest control operator?

Simply inquire with your service provider about their license status. They should be able to provide you with a copy of the FDA-issued license for validation.

What if my current service provider does not possess an FDA pest control license yet?

In such a situation, you have two options:

  1. Check Application Status: Ask your service provider if they are in the process of applying for the FDA license. You can also request updates on the progress of their application to stay informed.
  2. Explore Alternatives: Consider exploring alternative service providers that align with your company’s requirements. Ensure that the chosen provider holds the necessary FDA license for pest control operations.


The attainment of a License to Operate is not just a regulatory requirement; it is a symbol of Environet Pest Control’s commitment to excellence, consumer safety, and environmental responsibility. As we continue to follow the outlined guidelines, our LTO reinforces our dedication to providing top-notch pest control services such as General Pest Control, Termite Control Services, and Disinfection Services while prioritizing the well-being of the Filipino people and the environment.