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Man Helps Vietnam Farmers Fight Costly Vermin


Tran Quang Thieu has invented a new kind of rat trap that has proven effective in helping farmers protect their grain crop, Yahoo News reports. More

Steritech Predicts Five Pest Trends This Year


The company has compiled a list of five pest trends and concerns for 2015 based a variety of factors including changing climates and shifting weather patterns. More

Chicago Putting Subway Rats On Birth Control


The Chicago Transit Authority plans to test new technology that would make female and male rats infertile, the Chicago Tribune reported. More

Colorado Man Dies After Contracting Hantavirus


Health officials say a southeastern Adams County man died Nov. 15 after contracting the rodent-borne disease. More

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GMO Mosquitoes May Be Released in Florida

The FDA is considering whether to approve the experimental use of genetically modified mosquitoes in the Florida Keys to help stop the spread of dengue fever and other diseases.

Environmental Pest Service Expands to Orlando

The company, formerly Arrow Environmental Holdings, closed seven merger deals in December.

Truly Nolen Promotes McManamy to Western Region Manager

Shane McManamy now oversees the company's western districts and branches in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Texas and Utah.

Podcast: Adam Villareal on the Importance of Understanding Generational Differences

Villareal, president of Insight Pest Solutions, Raleigh, N.C., discusses insights he's gained from studying generational differences, and how he's applied this information to the day-to-day operations of his business.

Pam R. Rollins Elected to the Rollins, Inc. Board of Directors

She will serve as a new director of the company.