No one wants to see their child scratching vigorously at their head, or get the dreaded phone call from the school that there has been another lice outbreak. But lice infestations are a reality of modern life, and the fact that people are so transient and mobile gives lice an even greater opportunity to spread.
In the not too distant past, if there were pests at your warehouse, you called the local pest control company and they would spray the heck out of the place. Well, times have changed and treating warehouse pests with chemicals is not always the best solution. The two overall methods of maintaining food safety are the corrective
Winter months bring with them milder temperatures and darker days. And they also bring pests. Insects, bugs, and rodents all begin their search for a place to hide when the temperatures begin to drop. These top five are some of the more common pests to watch out for this winter: Bed Bugs, Stink Bugs, Crazy
Bed bugs are small, oval, brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. Adult bed bugs have flat bodies about the size of an apple seed. After feeding, however, their bodies swell with blood and change to a reddish color. Bed bugs do not fly or jump, but they can move very
Fruit flies are those annoying pests that seem to proliferate overnight. The lifecycle from egg to adult is only 8 to 10 days, and they can lay 500 eggs at a time on fermenting fruit or other organic materials. They can also lay their eggs in sink drains, garbage disposals, recycled bottles and cans, and even damp