We’ve seen a lot of things happen in commercial pest control over the past year. And while the Orkin Man is usually thinking several steps ahead of pests, sometimes it’s helpful to look back.
Here are our top three pest management resources from 2015. Orkin delivered up to date information on which pests were posing and threat and where. We hope you’ll revisit the information – or read it for the first time – and consider how it applies to your pest control program in the coming year.
- Worst Cities for Bed Bugs: Where Does Yours Rank? (includes map)
- The 20 Worst Mosquito Cities in the U.S. (includes map)
- What You Must Know to Fight the Filthy Fly
And if you’re looking for top resources specific to your industry, here’s a look at what was most popular.
- Commercial Property Management: 5 Ways to Avoid Pest Problems in an Open Floor Plan Office
- Food Processing: Plant Manager’s Pre-Audit Checklist
- Foodservice: Checklist: Before Your Next Health Inspection...
- Healthcare: Joint Commission Pest Control Checklist
- Hospitality: Case Study: Science Swallows Potential Bed Bug Threat
- Multifamily: The 5 Most Hated Pests You’re Likely to See in an Apartment
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