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April 2020
Nathalie Leblond

At the best of times your server room may be unmanned which can result in an increased risk of pest activity.  And now, during lockdown, there is a good chance no-one has been into the server room...

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rats, pest control, mice, cockroaches, flies, rodents, Countries, crawling insects, flying insects, Innovation
April 2020
Nathalie Leblond

Lockdown means that buildings all over the country are currently standing empty: offices, hotels, restaurants, educational premises, and industrial sites. 

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pest control, bird control, flies, Food Safety, Countries, birds, flying insects, pests, Hospitality
September 2019
Nathalie Leblond

There are roughly 16,000 types of fly species in Southern Africa, but the three most common flies affecting pubs, bars, restaurants, and other food establishments are house flies, bluebottles and...

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fruit flies, flying insects, Hospitality

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