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Primary school infested with termites, has smelly drains and leaky roofs

Posted: March 25, 2012 at 4:11 am

KUCHING: SK Kenyalang might carry the namesake of the states emblem, but the schools facilities are in a pretty woeful state.

Most drains are without covers, the lower floor at one of its blocks is termite-infested, while the top floors of classrooms leak badly when it rains. Although inadequate school infrastructure is not unheard of, SK Kenyalang is rather unique in terms of the make-up of its student and student population.

The school, which began in 1971, comprises two streams; one for students to learn in Bahasa Malaysia and another where subjects are taught in Chinese.

Above all classroom doors, coloured signs indicate the dual-language nature of the school. Red is for Chinese classes and yellow for Bahasa Malaysia classes.

Headmistress Ho It Chin calls it a truly 1Malaysia school, and strongly believed that students here deserve better facilities.

When I see termite damage, leaky roofs and open drains, I feel bad for the students. We have to do something, Ho said yesterday, during a Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) annual general meeting.

To raise funds and awareness, the school has enlisted the help of a nearby hair salon at Kenyalang Commercial Centre.

At the schools PTA gathering yesterday, it also invited several senior Government officials to attend the event, where a talent show was put up. Ho also spoke about Mohd Shazzreal Fithrys achievements as a national sepak takraw player who will be competing in the next national championship in April, and praised the students performance.

Ho said given better facilities, the school would continue to cultivate quality students, who have the advantage of mixing with pupils of diverse backgrounds.

SK Kenyalangs PTA chairman Mahmud Dan agreed. In his opening address, Mahmud called on authorities to add another multi-storey block in the school.

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Termites Swarm in Like a Fastball This Spring

Posted: March 22, 2012 at 9:12 pm

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With our very mild winter coming to an end and all the exciting activities of spring like baseball season underway, it is time to think about some of the not-so-nice effects of the warmer weather as well. Termites are beginning to swarm in a big way and Arrow Exterminators urges homeowners to learn more about them in an effort to protect their homes. Estimated to cause more than $5 billion in structural damage each year, most of which is not covered by homeowners insurance, termites are very treacherous spring pests. Subterranean, drywood and Formosan termites, the most common termites in the south, become active in the spring, flourishing as soon as temperatures begin to heat up, and continuing through the summer. Given the mild winter we experienced, termite colony populations are expected to be at an all-time high this year. Once inside a home, termites can chew 24 hours a day through concrete, wood, carpeting, floors and wallpaper.

Swarms occur when termites seek to expand their territory and form new colonies. Not surprisingly, this is usually the first time a homeowner becomes aware of a potential infestation in the home, however termites are most often present in a home before they swarm. Other evidence of a termite infestation includes mud tunneling in, over and under wood structures; the darkening or blistering of wood; and/or damaged wood becoming extremely thin. In all circumstances a pest professional should be contacted immediately. Additionally, Arrow recommends that homeowners have their property inspected by a licensed professional annually to protect their families and their investment.

Once a termite infestation begins, it can quickly cause significant property damage so its imperative that homeowners get an inspection early, says Shay Runion, Arrow Pest Expert. Many homeowners believe that termites dont exist simply because they cant see them. However, the absence of typical ‘swarming’ signs doesnt mean there is no termite activity happening below the surface of a home.

When it comes to termite control, Arrow Exterminators hits the ball out of the park and offers these tips to help prevent a termite infestation this spring:

Arrow protects homes from termites and other pests with the STEPS Total Protection System, an industry-leading process that utilizes Integrated Pest Management. STEPS includes a full home and property evaluation to pinpoint pest control issues; identification of not only the pest, but the true cause of the problem; and treatment in the most environmentally responsible way to alleviate current issues and to help prevent future recurrences.

Consumers interested in protecting their homes from pests may obtain additional information at http://www.arrowexterminators.com. Additionally, consumers can contact Arrow for a free whole home evaluation at 1-888-462-7769.

About Arrow Exterminators

Family owned and operated since 1964, Atlanta-based Arrow Exterminators is the eighth largest pest and termite control company in the United States, ranked by revenue. Arrow boasts a modern fleet of more than 700 vehicles, more than 67 service centers and revenues exceeding $100 million. With QualityPro Certification by the National Pest Management Association, the company offers innovative and environmentally responsible services to protect homes and businesses of customers in Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Visit http://www.arrowexterminators.com for more information.

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EpestSolutions: Termidor SC Termite and Ant Control – Video

Posted: March 16, 2012 at 8:45 pm


14-03-2011 20:09 Termidor® is 100% effective at controlling 100% of termites in three months or less – a statement no other termite control product can make. That’s why since its introduction in 2000, pest management professionals have made Termidor America’s leading termite control, with more than one million structures treated. It’s the product’s unique “Transfer Effect™,” allowing Termidor to achieve 100% control of termite populations at the very low rate of just 0.06% active ingredient. And because Termidor is a non-repellent – undetectable to termites – the pests freely forage through treated areas, unknowingly ingesting, picking up and transferring Termidor throughout the population •A 20 oz bottle of Termidor Termiticide will make 25 gallons of finished solutions. •Apply product at a rate of 4 finished gallons per 10 linear feet. •Product will treat 62.5 linear feet of structure for termite control •This is the same active ingredient in Frontline Drops you put on your pets for fleas and ticks. •Kills all types of drywood and Subterranean and Formosan termites Termidor is now labeled to treat the following pests: •Ants (acrobat, Argentine, big-headed, carpenter, crazy, odorous, pavement, pharaoh, thief) •Asian lady and darkling beetles •Box-elder bugs •Pillbugs •Centipedes •Cockroaches (Australian, Oriental, smokey brown) •House crickets European earwigs Cluster flies •Millipedes Silverfish Spiders (black widow, brown recluse, hobo, cellar) •Brown dog ticks •Paper wasps •Yellow

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A Termite and its Pests, Mites and Nematodes – Video

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06-09-2011 18:14 I found some little termites living large on the fringe of my compost heap so I put one under my Celestron digital LCD microscope and this is what I found. These are mites and nematodes (roundworms) which are both known to parasitize temites (or it may be commensalism in the case of the mite). Here is a study from Florida Entomologist on “MITES AND NEMATODES ASSOCIATED WITH THREE SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE SPECIES (ISOPTERA: RHINOTERMITIDAE”): http://www.rci.rutgers.edu My best guess from the research I have just done including reading the abstract of the above paper is that the organisms here are as follows: Eastern Subterranean Termite – Reticulitermes flavipes Mite – Family Acaridae, Genus Australhypopus Nematode – Family Rhabditidae, Genus Rhabditis Anyone with more knowledge of these species please feel free to offer corrections in the comments.

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High Priced Termite

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08-03-2011 23:18 pestcemetery.com Sometimes fancy tools for termites just don’t work.

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War: Ants vs Termites – Video

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29-04-2011 16:00 War between Ants and Termites. Made by National Geographic.

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Fletch Lives (5/10) Movie CLIP – Microscopic Termites (1989) HD – Video

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29-05-2011 19:15 Fletch Lives Movie Clip – watch all clips j.mp click to subscribe j.mp When a police office (Jordan Lund) catches Fletch (Chevy Chase) at a crime scene, Fletch poses as an exterminator and talks his way out. TM & © Universal (2012) Cast: Chevy Chase, Jordan Lund Director: Michael Ritchie MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: j.mp Join our Facebook page: j.mp Follow us on Twitter: j.mp Buy Movie: amzn.to Producer: Bruce Bodner, Peter Douglas, Alan Greisman, Richard A. Harris, Robert E. Larson Screenwriter: Gregory McDonald, Leon Capetanos Film Description: Though the original Fletch was drubbed by critics, it proved a major success for star Chevy Chase. It was inevitable, then, that a sequel would make an appearance. Surprisingly, Fletch Lives didn’t come out until 1989–a full five years after the original. Once more, Chase stars as Irwin Maurice “Fletch” Fletcher, the gonzo investigative reporter created by novelist Gregory McDonald. Indulging his penchant for disguises and bizarre aliases, Fletch investigates a deep dark mystery at a crumbling Southern plantation. Various friends and enemies are portrayed con brio by Hal Holbrook, Cleavon Little, Juliane Phillips, Randall “Tex” Cobb, Richard Libertini and Richard Belzer (Chase’s cohort from the old Groove Tube days). “fletch lives”,”fletch lives clip”,”fletch lives part 1″,”fletch lives preacher”,”fletch lives trailer”,”fletch lives kkk”,”fletch lives zippity doo dah”,”chevy chase”,”jordan lund”,”michael ritchie”,”flashlight

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Altriset Dupont Termite Treatment Sydney Australia | Home Termite Control – Video

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13-03-2012 07:06 http://www.hometermitecontrol.com.au Altriset from Dupont is an Environmentally Friendly treatment for termites. Altriset Termicide stops termites eating in 2 to 4 hours. Safe to use in homes. Requires no personnel protective equipment. Call Brad from Home Termite Control for a Pest Inspection or Treatment of active termites in your home. Check the website for testimonials and more videos. http

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Dupont Altriset | How to Mix Termite Treatment Chemicals – Video

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14-03-2012 06:26 http://www.hometermitecontrol.com.au Altriset from Dupont is an Environmentally Friendly treatment for termites. Learn how to correctly mix the chemical with a foaming agent before application. Altriset Termicide stops termites eating in 2 to 4 hours. Safe to use in homes. Requires no personnel protective equipment. Call Brad from Home Termite Control for a Pest Inspection or Treatment of active termites in your home. Check the website for testimonials and more videos. http

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Altriset Termite Treatment Environmentally Friendly Promotion | Sydney Australia – Video

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14-03-2012 07:17 http://www.hometermitecontrol.com.au Altriset from Dupont is an Environmentally Friendly treatment for termites. Altriset Termicide stops termites eating in 2 to 4 hours. Safe to use in homes. Requires no personnel protective equipment. Call Brad from Home Termite Control for a Pest Inspection or Treatment of active termites in your home. Check the website for testimonials and more videos. This property is on the Northern Beaches of Sydney Australia overlooking Freshwater Beach near Manly http

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