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The economic crisis that affects the whole world creates panic and forces almost everyone to try to cut expenses. Often cuts and cuts are made on items whose cost is infinitesimal compared to others and that without clutches are essential for the proper development of certain types of industries. The pest control treatments are not expensive, so these should continue to be provided without any change in the food, pharmaceutical, livestock, etc.
Excessive cuts in spending relating to pest control can lead to decreased effectiveness of treatments against pests, since what is usually done is to reduce the frequency of visits, so that if he were visiting a facility 12 times a year, becomes accessed 6 times a year. This means that all modern methods of pest control based on Integrated Pest Control (reduced use of biocides and chemicals in more control and monitoring of treatment) are no longer effective. By not adequately monitor the vector population, it can start playing at a pace not being able to produce a desired re-infestation after a while.
Moreover, the economic damage could result from the presence of rodents (rats or mice), cockroaches, ants, pigeons, flies and other vectors in the facilities can be tremendous because they produce great impact on society. If we compare the cost can be negative publicity for the presence of pests in a company versus the cost that has to support the pest control service that comes highly profitable we will invest in the process of pest control.
There are cases, bleeding from all known brands where manufacturers of all types of products have been forced to weather the temporary loss of sales and not only that, but they are forced to spend much money on positive advertising in the media with the sole purpose of recovering the sales level they were before the appearance of insects or rodents in their products. It is thus of great importance, not cut costs on pest control is a vital element for development of certain industries.