Garbage begets rat invasion in the city

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Many cities suffer from small mice and small rats, they breed on the availability of debris where the increased expansion of pests creates precarious security feeling in society.

Our cities are growing, and the city's sanitation resources are increasingly strained. The position and prioritize resources for time and needs, which can sometimes lead to skimping. They do not know when and where, it is too late.

We move more outdoors

Walking paths, parks, piers and amusement parks are becoming more popular as the Sun looking forward. Visitors bring picnic or a leisurely lunch, which is then pressed in the trash beside. It's a convenience and even an accessibility for visitors to toss their trash in the city's public rubbish bins and sometimes it can go quickly to fill a trash which causes it becomes overcrowded.

We usually say that garbage begets garbage and then a deficiency occur that provide availability for pests.

When the rats running on us, then it is a big problem.

In a story from earlier in the week talking about what sopkaos is and how the rat invasion has taken off. There was also talk about how the sanitation workers are attacked by rats.

We therefore offer a sample pack to the municipalities who are captured by the problem.

Package contains 10 pieces Bigbellydevices, equipped with bait station R8 with a function that reduces the rats in the area. Place the units in a park or in the exposed area, evaluate for 6 months and get a better environment for both the business and visitors. See the contact persons.

Do you want to know what the EWF ECO can do against råttproblematiken and the handling of garbage in public environments?Contact us and we will help you!

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