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Removing a cabinet kickboard can reveal extensive pet food debris, aka a food source for mice and stored product pests. PHOTO: MARK VANDERWERP

Kitchen secrets, Part II: Mice and SPP

February 3, 2021 By
Upon finding a rich supply of food, mice carry it off piece by piece and store it in a hiding place, where stored product pests may later find it and infest. Read more»
People rarely clean the bottoms of their garbage disposals’ splash guards, but the build-up can support several species of small flies. PHOTO: MARK SHEPERDIGIAN, BCE

Kitchen secrets, Part I: Vinegar flies

December 2, 2020 By
When you look below the surface and around the corners, you’ll find the kitchen is full of surprises — including the source of vinegar flies. Read more»
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Ecolab launches ‘Rodent Ceiling Service,’ wins award

June 25, 2020 By
Ecolab Inc. has launched the Ecolab Pest Elimination Rodent Ceiling Service, which was recently recognized with a 2020 Kitchen Innovation Award. Read more»
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The possible sources of these Dermestid beetle larvae found in a customer’s kitchen cabinets are as diverse as they are numerous. Fortunately, you likely will not need to look far. Photo: Mark Sheperdigian, BCE

Ask the Expert: The link between Dermestids and rodents

December 4, 2019 By
Q: Little insects keep showing up in the kitchen cabinets of a home I service. The home is spotless, and the owners just moved in, so there isn’t much food in the home yet. What’s the best thing to do?... Read more»

5 tips to finding cockroach harborages in commercial kitchens

March 4, 2019 By
Improve your inspection skills for finding cockroaches in commercial kitchens. Read more»