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2018. The year to part with pests?

Hardly a month has gone by this year without the tabloids, broadsheets and social media running news on pests infesting businesses – with shops, restaurants and hotels scooping most of the horror headlines. Some brands have been forced to close whilst health and safety inspectors investigate, publish their findings and levy huge fines with a…
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Facilities managers and property managing agents report increased rodent activity

With winter now upon us, pests such as mice and rats are embarking on ‘mini migration programmes’ in a bid to find warm places to nest and breed. “In the last four weeks we have experienced a spike in calls from Property Managing Agents and Facilities Managers, concerned about increased sightings of rodents, usually on…
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Skyscraper bedbug infestation

Dyno-Pest technicians have recently eradicated a severe bedbug infestation in one of London’s tallest office buildings. Staff had been reporting bites and actual sightings with video ‘evidence’. The infestation was over two floors, encompassing some 5000 square feet of office space. When the call came to Dyno-Pest that one of London’s tallest office buildings was…
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High flying bed bugs

Major airline makes headlines with bedbug infestation Proof if it were needed that bedbugs are hardy pests that can be found in the most unexpected quarters, is recent news they were found on a long haul flight (Vancouver to London). A mother complained of her child being bitten by the bedbugs but despite this, they…
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Hotel from Hell has the Patter of Tiny Feet…

When the UK consumer magazine Which describes your hotel as the worst in the UK (November 2016), you’re unlikely to be in for a great guest experience. For a well known hotel in Birmingham city centre (part of a group which owns 50+ hotels across the country) the TripAdvisor reviews add further heft to this…
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