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Lorry driver was close to death after contracting Weil’s disease

It took a lorry driver 5 years to win a five figure out of court settlement- after he had contracted Weil’s disease from handling packaging soaked in rat urine. The delivery driver who had worked for a supermarket came close to death after being hospitalised with kidney failure, jaundice and loss of liver function. Five…
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Ignore a pest infestation at your peril…

Proof if needed that a big brand can get it soy wrong was evident when a high street giant peddling wares for a pound went from bargain to basement with a massive infestation of mice. It cost the brand £1.2 million in fines. Significantly more than the cost of an effective pest prevention programme which…
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Solar Panels – a shining magnet for Pests

Solar panels on new and refurbished buildings in the Greater London area are an increasingly common sight as businesses seek ways of reducing their energy bills and their carbon footprint. However, solar panels can be a magnet for pests with: Pest birds roosting under solar panels Pigeon fouling Pest birds perching Squirrels gnawing at the…
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It’s on the house….

Why housing associations must have in place robust pest prevention A Dyno-Pest surveyor recently conducted a survey for a housing association in London. Residents from the flats were reporting mice activity with one resident on the fifth floor reporting ‘mice are running through the flat’. As part of a root and branch survey our surveyor…
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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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