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Newly Published: 'What’s Working for Bed Bug Control in Multifamily Housing'

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The National Center for Health Housing has published What’s Working for Bed Bug Control in Multifamily Housing: Reconciling Best Practices with Research and the Realities of Implementation, a 37-page report designed for health professionals, housing professionals, and pest management professionals planning for or responding to a bed bug infestation in multifamily housing.

| August 25, 2010

The National Center for Health Housing has published What’s Working for Bed Bug Control in Multifamily Housing: Reconciling Best Practices with Research and the Realities of Implementation, a 37-page report designed for health professionals, housing professionals, and pest management professionals planning for or responding to a bed bug infestation in multifamily housing. The report summarizes and evaluates research, trade magazine articles and interviews with practitioners and researchers.

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