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US warns of aggressive cannibal rats facing shortage of rubbish to eat
US warns of aggressive cannibal rats facing shortage of rubbish to eat
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned of “unusual or aggressive” behaviour in American rats as a consequence of more than two months of human lockdown.
BPCA launches COVID-19 guidance for pest management companies
BPCA launches COVID-19 guidance for pest management companies
The British Pest Control Association has put together some guidance for pest management companies in light of recent government announcements regarding the reopening of many businesses and an easing of lockdown restrictions.
Preparing for the post-COVID-19 world
Preparing for the post-COVID-19 world
The British Pest Control Association has announced that it will hold a free webinar on Monday, June 1, entitled Survive and thrive: Preparing for the post-COVID-19 world.
Pandemic pests persist
Pandemic pests persist
Pest control company Terminix has reported an increasing number of rodent sightings in UK cities as uncontrolled rodents seek additional food sources during the temporary closure of restaurants and pubs.
Key West Pest Control launches antibacterial mist treatment service
Key West Pest Control launches antibacterial mist treatment service
Yorkshire-based Key West Pest Control said that with the government keen to restart the economy and reduce restrictions from today, workspace hygiene will be the first of many new challenges faced by businesses.
Pest controllers feature in new Top Trumps deck of UK essential workers
Pest controllers feature in new Top Trumps deck of UK essential workers
A new edition of Top Trumps, launching today, is honouring Covid-19 key workers.
UK is facing “a seagull apocalypse” as lockdown cripples pest control
UK is facing “a seagull apocalypse” as lockdown cripples pest control
Lockdown, with beaches deserted, buildings closed and bins overflowing, is likely to cause a particular pest control nightmare could be around the corner, as the skies fill with legions of seagulls.
Terminix director adopts green Mohican to raise funds for NHS charity
Terminix director adopts green Mohican to raise funds for NHS charity
Gareth Davies, specialist services, procurement & innovations director at Terminix UK, has launched a hair-raising initiative to support a leading NHS charity.


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