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Ecolab Pest Elimination serves the Hospitality, Foodservice, Food & Beverage, Food Retail, and Healthcare industries, as well as Government, Educational and other Commercial facilities.

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ants

ants, ant hills, ant nests, nests, hill
pest files: locating ant nests

A major key to dealing with ants at your facility is to knowing how to locate an ant's nest and understanding what attracted the ants in the first place.

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Ants: Complex, but controllable pest

With more than 12,400 species of ants in the world, controlling ants seems complex. By understanding ant behavior, you can easily eliminate them.

ants, types of ants, sizes of ants
common types of ants

Ants can cause serious problems for your business. Use this guide to identify common types of ants so you can confidently maintain a pest-free facility.

bed bugs

Housekeeper inspecting for bed bugs.
being proactive about bed bugs

With bed bug infestations up more than 16.9% versus prior year*, more and more hospitality customers are looking for bed bug pest control. 

Service Specialist inspecting for bed bugs.
bed bugs are back

After many years of virtual eradication from the hospitality industry, the bed bug is back and showing up in even the most exclusive hotels and resorts.

cockroaches

Dangers of Cockroaches on Food
the dangers of cockroaches

Learn how cockroaches can affect food safety.

How cockroaches spread disease
diseases spread by cockroaches

They are known transmitters of diseases and can easily contaminate food and food-handling surfaces.

A type of common cockroach
types of cockroaches

Learn about common species of cockroaches most commonly found in commercial kitchens and food handling facilities.

large flies

Image of a house fly.
facts about large flies ("House Flies")
Large flies, also known as filth flies, include houseflies, bottle/blow flies and flesh flies. Understanding the biology and behavior of these common types of large flies can help with fly prevention in your facility. 
Fly on toast.
large flies and food safety
Large flies including houseflies, bottle or blow flies and flesh flies are also called “filth flies” because they breed in filth such as manure, human excreta, dumpsters, garbage, and decaying vegetation, causing a food safety risk. 
Man cleaning and sanitizing a table.
how to prevent large fly problems

To protect your business from the health risk posed by large flies such as houseflies and bottle/blow flies, there are steps you and your pest management provider can take to minimize food safety risks. 

Image of the outside-in approach.
benefit of outside-in approach

Implementing a comprehensive program utilizing an Outside-In Approach can greatly improve your efforts towards large fly prevention in your facility. 

small flies

Fruit fly.
facts about small flies

Depending on the types of flies that are present, different actions may be required for treatment and elimination. Understanding some of the more common types of small flies and their preferred breeding sites can help with fly prevention in your facility. 

Fruit flies on an orange.
small flies and food safety

Although the fruit fly (also known as a small fly) has historically been considered a nuisance pest, recent research proves that small flies contaminate food with bacteria carried from unsanitary surfaces (such as trash, drains, mops, etc.). 

Small flies on fruit.
fly control and prevention

There are many simple actions that can make a big difference in avoiding a fruit fly infestation. 

rodents

RODENT DEFENSE  THE SCIENCE BEHIND RODENT CONTROL
rodent defense: the science behind rodent control

A winning playbook for rodent defense and food safety.

The dangers of rodents have on Food Safety
FOOD SAFETY 101: INSPECTING WINTER DELIVERIES FOR RODENTS 
Whether your food facility is located in the frigid north or hot south, winter months mean cooling weather which can significantly impact rodent behavior.
Educating employees on rodent prevention
employees, your first defense against rodents
Because rodents are prolific breeders and rarely seen during the day or when operation is in full swing, an infestation can develop quickly and your employees need to know how to act quickly.

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