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A New Zealand library is hoping an unusual method will “bug” scrap-happy teenagers enough to keep them from loitering.
Activities in and around buildings help determine where to look, and which pests may be attracted.
Taking a proactive approach to pest bird control is imperative for maintaining clean and safe facilities.
This issue looks at trends in facility security. Plus, HVAC, thermal energy, pest control, power protection for IoT, LED lighting, green roofing, and more.
CDC states that with the recent outbreaks, the number of Zika virus cases among travelers visiting or returning to the U.S. will likely increase.
The last thing you want to worry about is a bed bug infestation in the office, but unfortunately, it is becoming more common. How can you prevent these pests from infesting your facility?
This issue takes a comprehensive look at a multitude of security issues and their solutions. Also featured: HVAC, hospitality case study, pest control, professional development.
Managers at a restored lighthouse in MIchigan found success using sonics to prevent seagulls from landing on its decks.
The Verifi™ bed bug detector from FMC Corporation provides continuous detection of bed bugs for up to 90 days at a time in a compact device. It is designed to be unobtrusive, operate silently, and not require occupants to vacate the room.
Several online tools help facility managers take a proactive approach to controlling fire ants.
These hearty creatures have experienced a recent population explosion, and there are no signs of it tapering off, according to experts. Fortunately, there are new ways to solve the problem.
Bird-B-Gone has unveiled its new Bird Control Channel on the Today's Facility Manager website.
How do I legally deal with turkey buzzards that are damaging my buildings? The birds are federally protected; otherwise, we would have an obvious solution.
The federal agency is involved in activities to assist in managing the bedbug problem.
This product from Global Material Technologies fits standard corrugated metal siding to exclude rodents, birds, and bats.