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Could Bees Hold The Cure To HIV?

A recent study by St. Louis’ Washington University School of Medicine has indicated that we are one step closer to a cure for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). This news gives hope to the 34 million people worldwide, who are currently living with HIV or AIDS. Bee Venom Can Destroy HIV A study conducted at… Read More

Pest Control Links

Pest Of The Week: Pocket Gophers   Pocket gophers have dark brown fur, large heads, powerful necks, very short tails, and very large, broad front feet with enlarged claws, which they use in combination with their teeth; to dig and push mounds of soil to the surface. They are approximately the size of a small… Read More

Weekly Pest Control Round-Up

Pest Of The Week: The Eastern Gray Squirrel   In most of North America, the most common variety of squirrel encountered in urban areas, is the Eastern Gray squirrel; or Grey squirrel (Canada). These rodent pests have spread across the United States, and are often discovered in parks, backyards (urban) and farmlands (rural). In fact,… Read More

Ear Maggots- Woman Has 57 Maggots Removed

Imagine an excruciating burning and itching inside your ear. After three days of constant pain and ear tugging, you are shocked to discover a maggot crawling out of your ear; and the worst part… Not being able to tell anybody about it! That’s exactly what happened to 92 year old Catherine McCann of Arlington Heights,… Read More

Friday Pest Control Links

Friday Link’s Round-Up Can You Identify Any of These Invaders? Want to play a fun pest control game? Click here, and see if you can guess how many of these common pest invaders you might know, just from at their pictures. Preventing Ticks The Nation’s tick problem is growing. Here is an excellent article on… Read More

A $1 Million Commitment To Pest Control

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A Commitment To Pest Control The University of Illinois in Champaign, along with its researches and scientists, are now supporting pest control efforts worldwide thanks to a very generous donation from a former alum. Roy Barker, a former graduate student at the University of Illinois, donated just over $1 million to establish an endowed faculty… Read More

Bulwark Exterminating’s New Pest Control Methods?

Bulwark Exterminating denies all reports of organic pest control methods that they could be testing that might cause such an occurrence. “Bulwark will make no formal statements on the the 311 degree high in Phoenix reported by ABC, even if it were beneficial for pest control the evidence that would suggest our involvement is circumstantial at best.”

Pest Control Company Receives Military Honor

Recently Bulwark Exterminating was nominated for an ESGR award by Staff Sergeant A. J. Richards. The ESGR award is given to employers of Guard and Reserve soldiers where the servicemen feel that the employer goes above and beyond the basic responsibility’s an employer has to their Reserve employees. The law requires those that employ Military Reserve and similar to abide by additional requirements, such as holding a position for those that serve while they are gone on military leave. The owner of Bulwark pest control was thankful to receive such an honor and comments that it is a very small service that he provides in light of the service provided by the U.S. Military.

Pest Control – By the Numbers.

Pest Control Services by the numbers PCT news on Bulwark.

Pest Control Technology Magazine gave the owner of Bulwark a quick interview about what makes Bulwark Exterminating’s company so different.  Here is what they reported: BY THE NUMBERS: Bulwark Exterminating, Mesa, Ariz. At 10 years old, Bulwark Exterminating is built differently than most firms. More than half of employees’ compensation is determined through statistical analyzes,… Read More