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Less Foot Traffic and Fewer Food Sources Embolden Pests During COVID-19

Apparently rats, insects, and other unwelcome hotel visitors didn’t get the memo about social distancing. As entomologist Michael Bentley, director of education and training of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), says, decreased human...
Housekeeping

Pest Control 101: Identifying Bed Bugs in Guestrooms

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), pesticides alone cannot eliminate bed bug infestations. “Bed bug control can only be maintained through a treatment strategy that includes a variety of techniques plus careful...

F&B Management Strategies That Help Drive Revenue

When successfully managed, on-site food and beverage venues and offerings can drive significant revenue for hotels in the right markets. However, it’s important that properties establish and sustain high-quality standards that are consistent across...
cockroach pests

How to Spot and Get Rid of Common Household Pests in Hotels

Running a business in the hospitality industry is a tough task, and when pests are added to the equation, it can get even more challenging and costly. Like it or not, pests are a common...

PEST CONTROL: Bed Bug Protocol

It’s one of every traveler’s nightmares—happening upon bed bugs while on the road. In fact, according to a survey by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), nearly 80 percent of people surveyed are most concerned...
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