pest control industry Articles

  • Controlling pest birds in the food processing industry

    Pest birds can be a serious health and safety issue if they are not controlled. In food processing plants they can cause extensive damage, health issues and safety problems to workers. Pest birds such as pigeons, starlings and sparrows are very common in and around commercial facilities. These facilities often provide perfect roosting places, shelter for nesting and a wonderful food source. ...


    By Bird-B-Gone, Inc.

  • Steam Cleaner for Removing Bed Bug with Pest Control Method

    Bed bugs are a nuisance that is not easily eliminated. They infest bedding and upholstery, and are difficult to remove once they start growing in numbers. Even upscale hotels and spas find it hard to fight the bedbug menace, and homeowners often grow desperate in their search for a remedy to bedbug infestations. One of the safest and more effective ways to control bedbugs is to use a steam ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • Chlorination for Dreissena polymorpha control: old war-horse for the new pest?

    The various chlorination regimes employed in industrial cooling water systems to control Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas) are illustrated. Literature data on lethal and sublethal effects of chlorination on D. polymorpha are presented and gaps in knowledge are identified. The data show that various factors can influence the chlorine tolerance of D. polymorpha, among which mussel species, mussel size, ...


    By Aquator B.V.

  • Pigeon control, you can`t just wing it

    When it comes to pigeons and the problems they’ve caused, we should probably begin with a big mea culpa—pigeons were the first bird species domesticated by man over 5,000 years ago. They were raised by the millions across medieval France and England. Eagerly fed by kings and paupers, the lucky pigeons became messengers, the not so fortunate, meals. Eventually, they grew in mass numbers, feeding ...


    By Bird-B-Gone, Inc.

  • Features of machines used for hospital infection control

    Hospital infection control requires recourse to a good quality equipment that not only removes dirt but also eliminates molds, bedbugs, allergens, and germs. Healthcare services are grappling the problem of maintaining sanitization on a daily basis, and one of the most useful tools in this regard is a dry vapor system. A dry vapor system built for hospital infection control should have the ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • Wood Preserving Industry - Pollution Prevention Guidelines

    Introduction Pollution Prevention Guidelines to provide technical advice and guidance to staff and consultants involved in pollution-related projects. The guidelines represent state-of-the-art thinking on how to reduce pollution emissions from the production process. In many cases, the guidelines provide numerical targets for reducing pollution, as well as maximum ...


    By The World Bank

  • Industry expertise fosters successful new market penetration #507 case study

    For a world-leading agribusiness client, G&S capitalized on its own 25+ years of experience in the home and building products industry to build credibility for the client as it launched a new termite control product into a new market. Campaign goals included creating demand from a completely new target audience – homebuilders – educating pest management professionals, and gaining ...


  • Industrial Trash Compactor: Factors to Consider when Making a Selection

    Generation of waste material is inevitable in the course of industrial production and the volume can soon exceed manageable amounts, if not handled professionally. Besides this, it is mandatory by law for industries to make proper provision for it, keeping in mind the environment implications. However waste recycling has to make commercial sense too for the industries. The use of a ...

  • Industrial Biotechnology: Coordinated Framework Make-Over and Lots More

    The summer of 2015 was surprisingly busy in the industrial biotechnology policy and regulatory arenas with three important announcements generating lots of buzz. On July 2, 2015, theWhite House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the US Trade Representative, and the Council on Environmental Quality issued a memorandum directing the US ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Birds are not the only carriers of Avian Influenza

    Global poultry production has more than quadrupled since 1970, with the United States leading the flock. However, due to the rising demand for chicken and other poultry, avian influenza, or ‘bird flu,’ outbreaks have occurred at an accelerated rate, causing concern across the agricultural industry. Most alarmingly is the fact that the 2014 bird flu virus killed nearly 50 million ...


    By Bird-X Inc.

  • Hot Source: Supply Chain Risk Management, EU Food Labelling Regulations, Live Cockroach Traps and More

    Supply chain management remains at the top of the Hot Source agenda Some of the key findings of SGS’s global industry survey on “Supply Chain Risk Management: How vulnerable is your supply chain”, completed by industries in 48 different countries, have been included in this issue. A full account of our survey results will be included in a new white paper, ...


    By SGS

  • Bird-b-gone spikes used on new i-35 bridge in minneapolis

    It has been a little over a year since the I-35 Bridge in Minneapolis failed during rush hour traffic on August 1, 2007, collapsing to the river and riverbanks beneath. The bridge, which brought nearly 140,000 passengers across the Mississippi river daily, had been a major route for commuter in the area. 13 lives were lost and nearly a hundred people wounded when the bridge collapsed. The ...


    By Bird-B-Gone, Inc.

  • The DNA of the U.S. Regulatory System: Are We Getting It Right For Synthetic Biology?

    U.S. regulatory oversight of synthetic biology across the board needs to be modernized to reflect and address the promising technologies routinely entering the market. From a statutory perspective, the pertinent laws appear sufficiently broad to empower federal agencies to address potential risks and promote the potential benefits of synthetic biology. The regulatory infrastructure, however, is ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Bird-b-gone withstands the test of time!

    Way back in 1995 the Bank of America branch in Mission Viejo California had a bad pigeon problem. The birds, a flock of about 20 pigeons, were nesting under the eaves and roosting all over the outside of the building. Customer complaints and maintenance costs necessitated that bird control products be used. By coincidence the owner of Bird-B-Gone, Inc., Bruce Donoho used this branch for his ...


    By Bird-B-Gone, Inc.

  • When is a Nitrogen Monitor Not a Nitrogen Monitor?

    No matter what industry you work in, whether it be diving, agriculture, academia, aerospace or catering you will no doubt have your own industry specific language. My favourite take on this is this ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • Manufacturers see competitive advantage from energy & carbon reductions

    With operations in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, France, Brazil, Argentina and other global regions, Becker Underwood creates and produces specialty bio- agronomic and colorant products for turf management, agriculture, seed treatment, wood recycling, aquaculture, vegetation management, forestry, structural pest control and many other industries. As a global enterprise serving clients in these ...


  • Multi-billion dollar global manufacturer

    Headline: Carbonetworks helps leading manufacturing firm Becker Underwood gain a strategic advantage from carbon and energy management. With operations in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, France, Brazil, Argentina and other global regions, Becker Underwood creates and produces specialty bio- agronomic and colorant products for turf management, agriculture, seed treatment, wood recycling, ...


  • HF Pure Water VS. The Coffee Borer Beetle

    Recently, HF Pure Water successfully installed a Chlorine Removal System at a small coffee farm on the big island of Hawaii. Like many coffee farms in the area and around the world, the coffee bean crop had been devastated by the Coffee Borer Beetle. An all-out effort was needed to rid the farm’s crops of this beetle as many small farms has had their entire crop destroyed, resulting in ...


    By HF Pure Water

  • Reuse of Wastewater: Johnson & Johnson Medical

     Johnson & Johnson Medical's Sydney plant is recycling water previously discharged from its water purification system. The project demonstrates that common sense 'low-technology' options for recycling industrial process water can ease pressure on both water supply and sewerage systems, and save money at the same time. Background Johnson & Johnson Medical (J&J) ...


  • The dangers of separating science and environment

    We need to figure out a better way to communicate science that balances technology and nature. Does the natural world have any relevance to modern science? Of course it does; but sometimes it seems like that’s not the case. This is a myth perpetuated directly and indirectly through media, policy decisions, academic disciplines, even some science engagement initiatives: ...


    By Ensia

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