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I dont think enough awareness is brought to this issue as there should be in all reality. A negligent rodent control worker can easily poison or harm the family that lives in the house. Interesting to see the steps taken overtime to make the job more effective. thinking outside the box with preventing future infestations is probably more important than setting a few traps and killing the rodents that may currently be there.

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It is comical to think a little bit of ZP on the mouse is poor. It's gonna poison somebody. I was working ANNA SUPERMARKET and I had a bulbduster with ZP in it in a freak accident.. I tripped with a bulbduster in my hand as my mouth was agape. Shot a load of tracking powder down my throat, zinc phosphide. Lo and behold I'm still alive. All rodenticides have an LD50 factor and yes ZP can be very toxic, but a tiny amount will never kill anybody. I can tell you that. Tracking powder if used correctly and by the way, New York laws are incorrect as I have been in touch with the bill. Labs representative, the label clearly says as the label is the law. Tracking powder must be placed in areas and accessible to children and pets and food stuffs it does not necessarily always have to be in a tamper proof beatbox as some New York officials claim. The state of New York is ridiculous. They have rodents running all over the place what do they expect us to do? Use glue boards and snap traps and illuminate the problem? As far as building construction, you can only so much exclude . Should we rebuild New York City and knock all the old buildings down

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