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96% Cockroaches
Browser does not support script. Cockroaches Cockroaches may infest housing or commercial premises, usually having been introduced via food, or from neighbouring infested premises. Pest Control officers can use Sticky traps to indicate whether there is an infestation, and how bad it is.
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49% Pest Control
Browser does not support script. Listen to this page We use cookies, please read our privacy policy for further information Welcome to Bedford Borough Council Advanced Search Site Map Contact Us Help Our Services A - Z : A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Main Menu Home Page Environment and Planning Env Health & Trading Standards Pest Control Insects Mice Pigeons Cockroaches...
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43% Mice
Browser does not support script. They are wild animals often to be found in gardens and the countryside. He will lay baits in locations which are not easily accessible to pests and children, and tell you where they are.
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43% Wasps and Bees
Browser does not support script. Wasps and Bees Wasps can be a problem if they nest on, in or near houses and thereby present a hazard to the occupiers. Some types of bee swarm in certain circumstances.
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43% Rats
Browser does not support script. Rats also live in the sewers, and although there is a routine treatment programme, it is difficult to prevent them coming and going through damaged pipes. Put household refuse straight into a bin.
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39% Pigeons
Browser does not support script. Pigeons Feral pigeons are a problem in urban areas because they foul and damage buildings, and can harbour disease. It is vital that there is no readily available food source in the area.
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