Tips & Tricks: Protecting People is Part of Wildlife Control

By |  May 14, 2015
Greg Baumann

Greg Baumann

Wildlife control isn’t just about eliminating or excluding target animals. Protecting people in contact with the area from disease is just as important. After the control work is done, misting and sanitizing areas before removing droppings will minimize disease-causing particulates in the air.

A combination of a disinfectant, sanitizer and virucide solution, mixed according to the label, can be applied to any non-porous surfaces where droppings or particulates could rest. Afterward, remove the droppings and reapply. Then air-dry for clean and sanitized non-porous surfaces.

Greg Baumann is Vice President, Technical Services & Regulatory Affairs for Nisus Corp.

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