The larger your city, the more extensive the potential for pestilence could be. But in a perfect world, there would be no pests. Ever. Unfortunately, this is not going to happen today, not any day soon. The harsh reality may well be that not even tick exterminator fort collins rounds may succeed. Although it has to be said that with increased collaborations between the city authorities and the experts in vermin, it could well turn out to be a mass termination.
Not just ticks. But lice, bedbugs, and fleas too. Cockroaches always. And definitely the first sight of termites. Although it has to be said that there should be no sighting thereof owing to the sun-shy nature of the termite. They will remain burrowed but more than enough evidence will be presented to the contracted exterminator. It is usually destruction. To proceed with any form of mass destruction, the exterminator would need the permission of the property owner.
In extreme cases, the city authorities may also have to be hauled in. Registered, licensed and accredited exterminators will also be weighing in with rodents, a perennial pestilential problem for any city or large town. It is quite possible to wipe out the proverbial plague. But to be realistic, this is not work that the exterminator can do alone. It has to be a collaborative effort. Everyone has to play their part.
There is even a counter required against those campaigning for an end to extermination in order to ‘preserve the species’ little knowing that should all collaborative work succeed, with the pest control unit at the head of the team, species preservation will be intact anyway. Through the use of sustainable pest control measures, it might not be in everyone’s best interests to initiate a mass extinction.