Video: Rat Uses Open Sewer Pipe to Gain Basement Entrance

Video: Rat Uses Open Sewer Pipe to Gain Basement Entrance

Timothy Madere, special projects coordinator/pest control specialist for the City of New Orleans Mosquito, Rodent, and Termite Control Board, submitted video footage of a rat using an open sewer pipe to gain entrance into a basement. Madere is a featured speaker at Wednesday's, PCT Rodent Control Virtual Conference, along with Bobby Corrigan, Stephen Gates and Scott McNeely.

November 4, 2016
Rodents

Timothy Madere, special projects coordinator/pest control specialist for the City of New Orleans Mosquito, Rodent, and Termite Control Board, submitted video footage of a rat using an open sewer pipe to gain entrance into a basement.

"The pipe leads to a toilet that rats had also utilized to gain entry to the first floor," Madere said.

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Madere also worked with rat trapper Jay Newman to help solve a challenging roof rat issue in Florida. Newman captured video of a roof rat escaping what appeared to be a lethal neck snap.

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Madere is a featured speaker at Wednesday's, PCT Rodent Control Virtual Conference, along with Bobby Corrigan, Stephen Gates and Scott McNeely. 

Scheduled for Nov. 9, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (EST) and sponsored by Bell Laboratories and Global Materials Technology, the event will provide an in-depth look at rodent management and discuss what today’s market can offer a pest control company.

CLICK HERE to register for the event.