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Massey Services Helps Orange County Public Schools Battle Cockroach Problem

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Several Massey team members volunteered their time on a recent weekend to complete thorough inspections on 12 of the 22 schools with a reported infestation to find the source and determine a treatment plan to rid these schools of roaches

| June 8, 2011

A recent story in the Orlando Sentinel about German Cockroaches infesting Orange County Public Schools prompted Massey Services to take action.

As soon Massey Services heard the news, the company connected with the district to offer our help and expertise to eliminate this problem as quickly as possible. 

Several Massey team members volunteered their time on a recent weekend to complete thorough inspections on 12 of the 22 schools with a reported infestation to find the source and determine a treatment plan to rid these schools of roaches.  Additionally, other team members worked evenings to inspect the final 10 schools. 

All of these services were offered free of charge
 

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