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Grrenzone bolsters its technical support with the announcement of a new technical consultant.

With 55 years’ experience in the pest management industry, Neville Hedge isn’t interested in slowing down – “I’m too young to retire!” Instead, he is looking forward to sharing his expertise in his new role with Greenzone, as technical consultant.

Mr Hedge, who will assist Greenzone business development manager, Stewart Paterson, began his career as a one-man operation with Amalgamated Pest Control in 1965, before moving into the role of development manager with the Amalgamated Group, and later southern zone director in Sydney.

His last role prior to his move to Greezone was as national training manager Kordon/termites with Bayer Crop Science. Mr Hedge has also served as the NSW Chairman with the Australian Environmental Pest Manager’s Association, and board member with the NSW Industry Training Advisory Board as the pest management industry representative.

“My years in the industry have included working in the private sector, corporate world and more recently back in the private scene. I am really looking forward to using my years of experience working with the Greenzone business,” said Mr Hedge.