Waste Management

Bird Control & Pest Prevention for the Waste Management, Landfill & Recycling Industry

We all like a takeaway… and scavenging gulls are no exception. Waste and landfill sites represent one thing to a gull – a ready source of takeaway food.

However, landfills also contain unpleasant items that can harbour the risk of disease. Consequently, birds (particularly gulls) feeding on the sites can pose potential health risks to our cities and towns, with gulls being implicated in the spread of salmonella and e-coli.

We have a long and successful track record working in waste management with customers such as Biffa and Veolia Environmental Services. Our extensive experience in bird and pest control is unrivalled as we understand the problems you face with seagulls, rats and other problem pests.

We always complete a no obligation comprehensive risk assessment to assess the hazards to the local environment and the health and safety of staff and visitors. A cost effective programme of control will be recommended to ensure that your site(s) have the appropriate pest control measures to comply with environmental health legislation.

It’s not just the pests you can see we can help with, read how we’ve supported one client recently with our disinfecting and decontamination service to prevent the spread of viruses.

Multi-site services

As part of our services we regularly provide multi-site bird and pest control and also provide our NBC Client portal, an online pest management solution that enables you to easily manage your pest or bird control with access to your visit schedule, visit reports and more.

We also undertake comprehensive risk assessments and reporting for each site visit to avoid health & safety infringements, which left undetected or un-managed, could result in potential costly litigation and in severe instances, closure of your premises or interruption to daily business activities.

To arrange your pest risk assessment / prevention plan, or for advice for ensuring compliance call us on 0333 567 2020.

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