When you hear the word rat, you probably get an automatic shiver. Since ancient times, these rodents have plagued humans in every corner of the world. Not only do they contaminate food and water, but they can spread several diseases such as bubonic plague and rabies.
Rat poisons that are made using phosphides are arguably the most dangerous ones on the market. Beyond the dangers it presents to the pets you may have around the home, phosphides can also be toxic to humans.
No matter where you live, or how well you take care of your living space, nature will find a way to get inside your home. This can happen in many ways. Viruses, bacteria, and pollen are just some things that enter your home.
We recently spoke with Sam Aruch of National Resource Data Solutions or NRDS. NRDS has developed Place-Based Project Management Software for Agriculture & Conservation; a secure multiplatform location-based software that combines project management, GIS, data collection, reporting, and analysis.
An infestation of rats or mice creates a dangerous situation for humans and pets with the threat of disease. Contact with the pests, their droppings or urine can create health hazards, but rat damages costs can mount rapidly. Rats and mice can cause expensive damage to home and business structures, HVAC equipment and wiring in attics and automobiles.