PMP Magazine: June 9, 2022
Allergy Technologies and the Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA) have launched a preventive program
to keep bed bugs out of the city’s public housing developments. PHA was awarded a $15 million five-
year contract to implement ATAHC in 6,000 residential units throughout Philadelphia, PA.
PCT Magazine, May 2022
Five questions with Joseph Latino, the President of Allergy Technologies.
Finally, an approach has arrived that perfects bed bug control and prevention in affordable housing: the
ATAHC Program. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” said Benjamin Franklin. He may as
well have been speaking about the power of ATAHC’s preventive model, which is incredibly relevant to
bed bugs in affordable housing. Proactive bed bug prevention is an indispensable and essential strategy
for public housing authorities and private management companies seeking to eliminate the insidious
Residential Resources (The Official Magazine of the National Association of Residential Property
Managers), July 2021
Are your units occupied by more than just your tenants? New programs that significantly reduce hard-
to-eradicate bed bugs in the country benefit a broad range of stakeholders. Early detection and
intervention are core tenets of the program. Still, a vital component of the program’s success comes
from having a team work collaboratively with residents, property management, and professional pest
Pest Control Technology, July 2021
Allergy Technologies has created a proven program that significantly reduces hard-to-eradicate bed bugs
among the country’s most at-risk residents, benefiting many stakeholders. The company’s ATAHC
Program is a two-year program, followed by years of follow-up, launched in a major urban affordable
housing community in Philadelphia to address the rampant bed bug problem.