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Residents of a Plymouth estate are fuming after building management have failed to eradicate a mouse infestation invading flats. One resident said that Christmas is 'ruined' as 'presents which were wrapped have been ruined either by mouse pee and poop or by the mice gnawing at them', and residents are afraid to have relatives visit over Christmas as 'all you can smell when you walk into your home is mice pee'.
Christmas is nearly upon us and there's a chance there's more than just a mouse stirring. With all the fun and food at the tables over the festivities, we could reduce the risk of inviting unwanted pests into our houses. If it wasn't for the fleas a leaping around like lords or the ants eating your favourite cake. There's a high-risk a mouse is sneaking around for spilt nuts.
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#Onthejob- Hospitals Pest birds can cause a whole host of problems for your business. They are a health and safety risk, they spread diseases, they can cause damage to property and goods, and they can be noisy and aggressive. We have unrivalled experience in proofing buildings against pest birds like pigeons, gulls, and starlings. Our experience ranges from working on complex sites like rail platforms, power stations, petrol station, hospitals and chemical plants, as well as hundreds of supermarket stores.
Scotland’s largest health board - NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde - have paid contractors £448,879 to get rid of rats, flies, cockroaches, silverfish, ants and pigeons at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH) campus since opening in the summer of 2015. The figure makes up more than half the total spend on pest control for the whole NHSGGC estate.
Hospitals are a haven for all pests if not managed and monitored correctly. This is why it is essential for good, quality, high-level pest control at all times. The main aims are to protect the public, staff and sterile environments. We need to be protected from bacteria and infections which many pests carry with them. Sometimes, this is extremely difficult to control with so many people entering these sites every day, from all walks of life. Visitors, staff and contractors on sites mean that an open-door policy cannot be controlled. Some entrances are not protected at all, therefore making it easy for many pests to breed, harbour and find food easily.

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