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ThermaPure Featured on ABC ‘Nightline’ Bed Bug Segment

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A bed bug segment on the April 20th episode reviewed the use of ThermaPureHeat.

| May 5, 2010

VENTURA, Calif. —  The bed bug epidemic in North America continues to escalate, as does the national media coverage of the troublesome pests.

Recent coverage includes a bed bug segment on ABC’s "Nightline" that aired on April 20. Included in the segment was a review of heat treatments, including the use of ThermaPureHeat (click here to watch this segment). Also included in the segment was an interview with Ken Unger, owner of Suburban Pest Control, Yonkers, N.Y., and a ThermaPure licensee.

ThermaPure utilizes clean, dry, odorless heat to kill bed bugs, termites, mold and bacteria. For more information visit www.thermapure.com.

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