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IPM Experience House Features Sentricon System – PCT Magazine

Posted: September 1, 2017 at 5:44 am

DECATUR, AL – Cooks Pest Control recently announced several key changes in leadership of the company: Brian Cook has been named president and CEO; Joey Harris has been named executive vice president and chief operating officer; and Arthur Orr has been named executive vice president and chief administrative officer.

Brian Cook, the 4th generation of the Cook family to work at Cooks Pest Control, has served as the companys chief administrative officer (CAO) since 2014. In the same year, Cook assumed leadership of the development and construction of the new Cook Museum of Natural Science. He serves as the museums president and chairman of the board. Through the years, Cook has served Cooks Pest Control in a variety of service, sales, and management roles including customer care manager and director of business development. He earned his undergraduate degree at Samford University and his MBA from the University of Alabama.

I think everyone knows that Brian, as a family member, has the DNA of Cooks Pest Control ingrained in him, said John Cook Jr., chairman of the board. He has grown up in the business and spent a lot of his formative years in a close relationship with his grandfather and grandmother (John R. Cook Sr. and Jo Cook). He learned a lot from them even at an early age.

Joey Harris is a 33-year veteran of Cooks Pest Control. Harris has served the company in a variety of roles including sales director; vice president, sales and service; and most recently chief operating officer. Harris is a board certified entomologist, recognized by the Entomological Society of American since 1985. In addition, he has served as a committee chairman and a board member of the National Pest Management Association and multiple terms as president of the Alabama Pest Control Association. He was appointed by the Governor to serve on the Agriculture and Industries Board for the State of Alabama. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis where he earned degrees in entomology and education.

Arthur Orr is a 16-year veteran of Cooks Pest Control where he has been serving as vice president and general counsel. He has also served as an Alabama State Senator for District 3 since his election in 2006, and will continue to do so. He will also run for re-election next year. He attended Wake Forest University, followed by law school at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Upon graduation, he joined the Peace Corps and was assigned to a primitive area of Nepal. When he returned to Alabama, he joined a respected law firm in Decatur, yet felt led to continue working overseas to help others. Habitat for Humanity International hired him to establish a new program in Bangladesh. In his new role as Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer for Cooks, Orr will assume oversight of all of the companys administrative duties including the areas of Accounting, Human Resources, Property, Marketing and Advertising, as well as handling all legal matters.

Jim Aycock, who has served as president and CEO since 1995, will move to the position of vice chairman of the board. Hebegan his career with Cooks as Controller in 1972.

I believe all of these changes will benefit the growth and stability of Cooks for years to come, said John Cook Jr. God has blessed our company to have such good and talented people to come alongside us in our mission here at Cooks.

Headquartered in Decatur, Alabama, Cooks Pest Control serves over 330,000 residential and commercial customers. Founded in 1928, Cooks Pest Control has grown to 36 offices in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, and Tennessee with over 1,750 employees. Pest Control Technology magazine recently ranked Cooks as the seventh largest pest control company in the nation.

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Insect Pest Control Market, By Insect Type, Control Method … – Markets Insider

Posted: August 31, 2017 at 6:43 am

LONDON, Aug. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ –The global insect pest control market is projected to grow significantly from an estimated value of USD 12.46 billion in 2016 to USD 17.35 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 5.67%. The insect pest control market is driven by government regulations on food hygiene, public health, and environmental health and the growing public awareness; the need to improve service quality for customers are expected to provide an impetus for innovative pest control solutions. Lack of skilled technicians and delayed regulatory approval process for chemical products in different applications (such as residential, commercial, and industrial areas) have been considered as restraining factors for the market.

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“Commercial & industrial segment dominated the insect pest control market”The profound need for professional pest control solutions has been significant among customers in this sector especially for food manufacturing and hospitality sectors in urban areas, to maintain a hygienic environment for the control of cockroaches, bedbugs, flies, and mosquitoes.

“Biological control is projected be the fastest-growing control method during the forecast period”The growing decline in chemical products in terms of effectiveness towards pests slowly shifted the focus on microbial products such as Bacillus thuringiensis and microbial extracts, which have been proved to be effective on the insect vectors without much development of insecticide resistance.

“Termite control accounted for the largest market share among different pest cases, in 2015” Termite control products and services have been sought mostly by both residential and industrial sectors in regions such as North America and Asia-Pacific, which has resulted in its strong demand.

“North America: The largest market for insect pest control products and services”North America accounted for the largest market share in 2015 due to its significant growing demand in both commercial and residential applications. Asia-Pacific is projected to be the fastest-growing region from 2016 to 2022 due to the stringent need for commercial establishments and industrial sectors (such as food processing, food service industries, and tourism sectors) to comply with pest control regulations within their premises.

Break-up of Primaries:- By Company Type Tier 1- 40%, Tier 2- 35%, Tier 3- 25%- By Designation C level- 26%, Directors- 19%, Others- 55%- By Region Asia-Pacific- 36%, Europe- 21%, North America- 17%, RoW- 26%

Leading players profiled in this report are as follows: BASF SE (Germany) FMC Corporation (U.S.) Syngenta AG (Switzerland) Bayer AG (Germany) Rentokil Initial plc. (U.K.) Ecolab, Inc. (U.S.) Bell laboratories Inc. (U.S.) Arrow Exterminators Inc. (U.S.) Rollins, Inc. (U.S.) The Terminix International Company LP (U.S.).

Study Coverage:The insect pest control market has been segmented on the basis of insect type, application, and control method, which are further divided into their subsegments. It has also been segmented on the basis of region into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Rest of the World (RoW).

Reasons to buy this report: To get a comprehensive overview of the global insect pest control market To gain wide ranging information about the top players in this industry, their product portfolios, and key strategies adopted by the players. To gain insights about country- and region-based market trends and growth prospects in the insect pest control market.

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Be careful in the company – Valencia County News Bulletin

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There was a recent incident when a pest control company serviced a fire station and just sprayed along the wall of the entire station in less than two minutes.

They left puddles of pesticide on the floor. A firefighter took pictures of the mess on the floor and emailed them to me with the information about the service. I, in turn, sent them to the NMDA since, in my opinion, the pest company violated the label in this service.

Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund

Basically, the NMDA didnt do anything because they didnt see the floor when it happened and couldnt prove the company did it. The company was using Bifen, which is a synthetic pyrethroid, and the label clearly says it has to be applied where pests hide. Pest dont hide where the floor meets the wall, so technically that was not how it should have been treated.

I recently contacted the EPA about this and talked to several people in Region 6 in Dallas. New Mexico is in Region 6. They are going to investigate the company that applied the pesticides.

I also told them how termite jobs in New Mexico are often not done properly (legally). The Termidor and Premise labels require that the company measure the depth of the footer so they can properly determine how much termiticide to use. Most companies dont do this and just apply the termiticide at 4 gallons per 10 linear foot instead of how much to use if the footer is over a foot deep.

I asked some companies why they do this instead of doing it correctly and they told me if they measured the footer and had to use more termiticide, the cost would be higher and the companies they are bidding against will be much less, since almost no one measures the footer.

I did ask one company if they measured the depth of the footer and the technician told me he didnt know how or why he should. The EPA was pretty upset about this and asked how they can verify it. I told them to check the graphs the company is required to make.

When they measure the house they need to measure the footer so they can determine how much termiticide they need to use. I have never seen a termite graph where the company put the depth of the footer on the graph.

We also talked about pesticide notification. That is up to each state and new Mexico does not require it. According to the original New Mexico Pest Control Act, the division director of the pesticide division of the NMDA could require notification. That has come out of recent copies of the act, although in reality, only the Legislature can change the contents, so it is still up to the director or someone in a higher position.

If pest control companies are going to spray along the wall of commercial buildings and leave a lot of pesticides on the floor, people who work in the building or visit it have a right to know they can be exposed to the pesticides.

The EPA was pretty upset about how pesticides are being misused in the state and will be contacting the NMDA. They asked me to contact them whenever I get a pest control complaint in the future and I get a lot of them from readers of the column.

I will be contacting them about any pest control spraying that doesnt seem proper and any termite work that anyone wants to clarify as being done correctly. If you have had a termite job done with Termidor or Premise, email me a copy of the graph the termite company made and I will check it out to see if it was done correctly.

I am also going to contact the secretary of the Department of Agriculture and the governor to see if we can get them to make pesticide notification a requirement in all public and commercial establishments.

If you have any pest questions or have any pesticide complaints as outlined above, contact me at or call me at 385-2820.

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Rochester NY Exterminator, Pest Control & Termite Inspector

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Rochester, NY, sits on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, and residents enjoy warm, humid summers. Unfortunately, this kind of weather attracts several pests. During peak travel season, bed bugs are a serious issue. These pests are parasitic and leave itchy, red marks on their hosts skin. Bald-faced hornets and other wasps are prominent when spring turns to summer. Wasps are attracted to foods commonly found at picnics, such as sugary substances, carbonated beverages, and fruit. The flying pests sting anyone they feel threatens their nest.

Residents encounter different pests as the weather cools. Multicolored Asian lady beetles and brown marmorated stink bugs begin to find their way indoors. Large numbers of the pests can be found congregating on and around windows and doors, then stay throughout the winter. Rodents and spiders are also found in homes trying to escape cold winter weather. Spiders annoy homeowners when they build webs in crawl spaces, attics, and basements, while rodents are known to contaminate food stores, damage electrical wiring, and transmit various diseases.

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Council gives $20K to preserve landmarks – Sedona Red Rock News

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Like many communities, the city of Sedona places an emphasis on protecting and preserving its history via many avenues, including work done by the Sedona Historic Preservation Commission and through grants.

Earlier this summer the city of Sedona concluded dispersing funds to those historic landmarked properties that submitted eligible applications to participate in the 2016-17 Historic Preservation small grant program.

Historic preservation in Sedona is important as it is the responsibility of the current generation to preserve the historic, cultural and architecturally significant sites and structures for future generations, he said.

City code states that its important to identify and preserve the historic resources that represent distinctive elements of Sedonas historic, archaeological, architectural and cultural heritage. Maintain and foster their unique identities and legacies, to help make the community a desirable place to live, work and visit.

The recipients were required to provide a matching share equal to the amount of the grant award up to $10,000. The program resulted in approximately $45,000 in improvements $20,000 from the city and the rest from the applicants.

Improvements included treatment to prevent termite damage, repair of termite damage, painting, window replacement and siding replacement, Campbell said.

Sedona is home to 23 designated historic landmark properties. Of these landmarks, eight are recognized on the National Register of Historic Places. These include:

The preservation of the 23 landmarked structures and sites in the city add to the sense of place, character, economic opportunities and overall fabric of Sedona, Campbell said.

Other locally-landmarked properties that are publicly accessible include the Pushmataha building [home to Keep Sedona Beautiful], George Jordan Sales Building and Cook Cemetery. Additionally, there are 11 residential homes landmarked as well as the Owenby Ditch.

The administration of the program was a joy as I was able to build strong relationships with several owners of historic city landmarked properties and become much more familiar with the properties and their connection to Sedonas history, Campbell said of the grant process.

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Fight to fund Honolulu’s rail continues Monday at a special legislative session – KITV Honolulu

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The fight to fund Honolulu’s rail project continues Monday.

A hearing is scheduled for 11:30 a.m.where state lawmakers will hold a special legislative session to take up a newly crafted rail bill.

House officials tell Island News the session will likely end Friday but if there are amendments, it could last longer.

The proposed bill would extend the general excise tax surcharge on Oahu through the year 2030.

It also calls for raising the hotel room tax statewide by one percentage point through 2030.

That hotel room tax would rise by early next year.

So how does that compare to other popular vacation spots?

Despite the bill calling to increase Hawaii’s hotel tax to 10.25 percent, it’s still lower than other major cities.

In Los Angeles, the hotel tax peaks at 15.5 percent.

The ninth island – Las Vegas – taxes visitors just over 13 percent.

Orlando and Miami, Florida each charge 6 percent, while New York City’s hotel tax is a little lower, at 5.8 percent.

Fight to fund Honolulu’s rail continues Monday at a special legislative session – KITV Honolulu

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Lifelock (LOCK) vs. ServiceMaster Global Holdings (SERV) Head to Head Review – Week Herald

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Lifelock (NYSE: LOCK) and ServiceMaster Global Holdings (NYSE:SERV) are both mid-cap industrials companies, but which is the better investment? We will compare the two businesses based on the strength of their profitability, earnings, institutional ownership, dividends, analyst recommendations, valuation and risk.

Valuation and Earnings

This table compares Lifelock and ServiceMaster Global Holdings top-line revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation.

ServiceMaster Global Holdings has higher revenue and earnings than Lifelock. ServiceMaster Global Holdings is trading at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than Lifelock, indicating that it is currently the more affordable of the two stocks.

Volatility & Risk

Lifelock has a beta of 1.34, indicating that its stock price is 34% more volatile than the S&P 500. Comparatively, ServiceMaster Global Holdings has a beta of 1.05, indicating that its stock price is 5% more volatile than the S&P 500.

Analyst Ratings

This is a summary of current recommendations and price targets for Lifelock and ServiceMaster Global Holdings, as reported by

Lifelock currently has a consensus target price of $24.00, indicating a potential upside of 0.04%. ServiceMaster Global Holdings has a consensus target price of $43.57, indicating a potential downside of 5.05%. Given Lifelocks higher possible upside, analysts clearly believe Lifelock is more favorable than ServiceMaster Global Holdings.


This table compares Lifelock and ServiceMaster Global Holdings net margins, return on equity and return on assets.

Insider and Institutional Ownership

88.8% of Lifelock shares are held by institutional investors. 13.9% of Lifelock shares are held by insiders. Comparatively, 1.2% of ServiceMaster Global Holdings shares are held by insiders. Strong institutional ownership is an indication that hedge funds, endowments and large money managers believe a stock will outperform the market over the long term.


Lifelock beats ServiceMaster Global Holdings on 7 of the 12 factors compared between the two stocks.

Lifelock Company Profile

LifeLock, Inc. provides proactive identity theft protection services for consumers and consumer risk management services for enterprises. The Company monitors certain identity-related events, such as new account openings and credit-related applications. It operates in two segments: consumer segment and an enterprise segment. The Companys LifeLock ecosystem combines data repositories of personally identifiable information and consumer transactions, predictive analytics and a technology platform. It applies predictive analytics to the data in its repositories to provide its members and enterprise customers actionable intelligence that helps protect against identity theft and identity fraud. It offers its consumer services on a monthly or annual subscription basis. It provides consumer risk management services, including delivering its on-demand identity risk, identity-authentication and credit information about consumers to its enterprise customers in the daily transaction flows.

ServiceMaster Global Holdings Company Profile

ServiceMaster Global Holdings, Inc. is a provider of essential residential and commercial services. The Company operates through three segments: Terminix, American Home Shield and the Franchise Services Group. Its portfolio of brands includes Terminix, American Home Shield, ServiceMaster Restore, ServiceMaster Clean, Merry Maids, Furniture Medic and AmeriSpec. The Terminix segment provides termite and pest control services in the United States. The American Home Shield segment provides home warranty plans that cover the repair or replacement of components of up to 21 household systems and appliances, including electrical, plumbing, central heating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, dishwashers and ovens/cook tops. The Franchise Services Group segment consists of the ServiceMaster Restore (disaster restoration), ServiceMaster Clean (janitorial), Merry Maids (residential cleaning), Furniture Medic (cabinet and wood furniture repair) and AmeriSpec (home inspection) businesses.

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UCA bear battling termites; options studied – Arkansas Online

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The University of Central Arkansas wooden bear statue, Valor, has been absent this school year because he has a bug.

Several, actually.

Termites have invaded his feet, and he has been in storage this summer, said Larry Lawrence, director of the UCA Physical Plant.

Lawrence said a structural engineer with Crafton-Tull has been consulted about the best way to repair the bear.

We did treat him for termites, but we still did have some termites, and we had some water damage and rot, Lawrence said. We sealed it many, many times with what the artist told us to use.

Iowa chainsaw artist Gary Keenan created the 10-foot black bear in May 2013. He used one of the 41 trees planted in 1946 as a living memorial to UCAs alumni killed in World War II. A tree that that was ailing was used for the sculpture. Lawrence said a few dead limbs had been taken out of the canopy, and he knew it would have to come down at some point.

Valor was carved in front of Wingo Hall, which is the administration building, and is part of the Living Tree Memorial.

Originally, it was done with the tree in the ground, Lawrence said. Over time, we wanted it more permanent, so we put a concrete base in the ground. Keenan estimated the bear weighs 3,000 to 4,000 pounds.

Lawrence said physical-plant employees noticed a few months ago that Valor was having problems.

We took him down, because the lower portion 3 or 4 inches below the knee was the area we were concerned about, Lawrence said.

Lawrence said the structural engineer will come up with a final design to repair the bear, but options have been discussed.

Were going to keep the same base, but were going to design steel legs that go up into the bear. We have cut off pretty much the wood thats damaged, Lawrence said.

After the steel is inserted, we may try to design some product or substance, wood or plaster, that may go around these steel legs so we can do an equivalent of what an artist might do so it will look more like legs. We have discussed and we dont know what final product will be about a plate that would go on his back and cables or rods that will go into the concrete base, the rebar, Lawrence said.

He said the goal is to make Valor secure and safe.

It needs to withstand wind and weight. The goal is not to have to take him down again, Lawrence said.

Keenan also created a bear-cub chainsaw carving in 2015 in a diseased tree in the backyard of the UCA Presidents Home. It consists of three bear cubs and raccoons.

It, too, has some of the same problems as Valor.

Its been there awhile, and it fell over because part of the trunk of the base had similar issues, water rot, etc., Lawrence said.

The uprooted tree with the cub carvings lies next to Valor in a storage unit.

Were probably going to take a chainsaw, and there are two of them together separate those two and theres another by itself cut it out by itself and make it flat on the back and maybe hang it on the wall. The two well be able to stand up like in the corner on a floor, Lawrence said.

Tamara Walkingstick, associate professor of forestry with University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Arkansas Forest Resources Center, said the deterioration of the carvings doesnt surprise her.

If the trees were on their way out, they may have had rot in the root system, she said. Cutting off the top doesnt mean you cut off whatever disease was in the roots. Theres no stopping that. I hate to say it, but its the cycle of life; its a dead tree.

If we didnt have termites and fungus to break that down, the world would be stacked up to the moon with dead things.

She said termites eat only dead wood, except for a kind of termites not in Arkansas.

Its not their fault, she said of UCA employees. Even if they cut down a good tree, the same thing would happen; it would slowly degrade.

She said the changing moisture in the air in this area affects wood, regardless of whether its treated and sealed.

If we lived in, say, Arizona, it wouldnt happen, she said.

Kennan said last week that he knew UCA made a concrete base for Valor, but he did not know about the termites and rot.

Im not aware any of the other carvings Ive done having termites. Wood outside will not last forever. Eventually rot happens, but termites is unusual, Keenan said. Youre farther south, and that certainly increases the odds.

The artist, who also created the shepherd wood carving at First United Methodist Church in Conway, said Valor ranks very high on his complete list of projects. I was very pleased, and I thought everything worked out fairly well; Im just sorry to hear about the termites, Keenan said.

Lawrence said it could be late September or early October when Valor returns to his post.

People like to take pictures there; were anxious to get him back up, he said.

Senior writer Tammy Keith can be reached at (501) 327-0370 or

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Four hidden threats many homeowners miss –

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The Southwestern desert has two distinct wet seasons most years. Summer brings monsoonal flows, and winter can be accompanied by heavy rains. The reality is frequently a stark contrast to the image of non-stop sunshine and winter golfing.

The North American Monsoon System is perhaps the least-understood of all oflarge-scalecirculations patterns that affect the United States, reports theNational Weather Service Climate Prediction Center. The thunderstorms that are generated by the monsoon system can bring life-giving and beneficial rains, but can also be life-taking as they unleash violent flash floods, thousands of lightning strikes, crop-damaging hail, and walls of damaging winds and blowing dust.

These wet seasons bring a variety of headaches for homeowners because many problems resulting from excess water are nearly invisible until they become quite serious. The key isto prevent water problemsby controlling water flow and runoff.

Here are some of the hidden problems plaguing homeowners when the desert offers up too much water.


Anytime there is excessive moisture, mold can result. Mold grows best in damp, warm environments, according to theCenters for Disease Control and Prevention. So, Arizona monsoons produce ideal conditions for mold growth.

The CDC reports exposure to indoor mold can cause coughing andwheezingin otherwise healthy people, asthma symptoms in people with asthma, and hypersensitivity pneumonitis in susceptible individuals.

Mold removal can be difficult and expensive, so preventing it from occurring saves money.


Scorpions,spidersand fire ants are the creepy crawly creatures most people associate with desert climates. While those exist, the most damaging and destructive insects are undoubtedly termites. Arizona is in Termite Infestation Probability Zone 2, which means the potential for termite damage is significant, and infestation levels range from moderate to heavy, according

Termites tend to swarm on a warm day after rainfall, so the monsoon season is like ringing a dinner bell for termites. Prevention is the best defense against termites and, because they need moisture to thrive, one of the best prevention methods is to make certain your house stays dry.

Faulty gutters

Rain gutters and downspouts are important tools in the battle to keep water away from your home and foundation. When they dont function properly, instead of moving water away from your home, they tend to dump the water next to your homes foundation or even under the eaves. In either instance, water can seep into walls, where it creates the ideal circumstances for mold or those nasty termites.

Roof problems

A solid, well-maintained roof is your homes best defense against water issues. Unfortunately, because of their location, many roofing problems go unseen untila majorleakdamagesthe interior of your home or leads to one of the other problems mentioned.

Early fall is the perfect time to have your roof inspected and repaired. Its after the monsoon season, and wet winter storms have yet to arrive. Some problems, likelosingflashing around a chimney, have easy fixes. In other cases, you might need more significant repairs or a roof replacement. Whatever the case, it is cheaper to deal with the issue before it results in more damage.

To protect your home against mold, termites and other damage that can result from water seeping in, it makes sense to call a local companyexperienced in solving roofing problemsfor a free roof inspection.

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Tracking Guelph’s 2017 termite zones –

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Sector 30 (Edwin St. and Woolwich St.)

Sector 37 (Norwich St. E and Cardigan St.)

As a result, sectors 19 (Extra St. and Woolwich St.), 22 (Mont St. and Woolwich St.), 25 (McTague St. and Woolwich St.), 27 (London Rd. W and Woolwich St.), 31 (Charles St. and Woolwich St.), 32 (Norwich St. and Norfolk St.) and 40 (Woolwich St. and Cardigan St.) have each moved from having properties in the blue zone, to being part of neither zone this year.

Sectors 2 (Clarence St. and Dufferin St.) and 24 (London Rd. E and Cardigan St), while still containing properties in the red zone, have both seen a decrease in the number of those locations from 2016 to 2017.

In order to prevent the spread of termites in Guelph, the City advises residents in termite management areas to properly dispose of wood, and for all residents to use caution when receiving or donating any wood or wood products that have been left outdoors.

According to the City, proper disposal of wood from termite zones involves first scheduling an inspection with a termite control officer, before delivering the wood to Guelph’s Waste Innovation Resource Centre.

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