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Santa Monica Adopts OvoControl

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Santa Monica Public Works recently reported their use of OvoControl P to help control pigeons at the City Pier.

| February 4, 2010

SANTA MONICA, Calif. -  Santa Monica Public Works recently reported their use of OvoControl P to help control pigeons at the City Pier. The Civil Engineering Department aims to help improve water quality around the Santa Monica Pier by reducing excessive bird populations in the area.  In true IPM (Integrated Pigeon Management) fashion, the city is using a range of different tools to achieve their objectives, including OvoControl.  Click here to read their report. Further details and product information are available on the Innolytics website at www.OvoControl.com

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