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CDC enhances locators’ pest control, safety measures

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CDC enhances locators' pest control, safety measures
Dr. Maria Clemencita Dobles, manager of CDC - Health and Sanitation Division, delivers a speech before the participants during the Pest Control Management Orientation held at the HSD Training Hall. (CDC Photo)

CLARK FREEPORT — The Health and Sanitation Division of the Clark Development Corporation (CDC-HSD), in partnership with Happy Home Pest Control Company, recently conducted a Pest Control Management Orientation to address pest proliferation and elevate public health standards.

Attended by 50 representatives from 30 locator companies, the event, held at the HSD Training Hall, introduced innovative pest control measures to safeguard residents, tourists, and businesses in the Freeport.

CDC enhances locators' pest control, safety measures
Participants from various companies in Clark attend the Pest Control Management Orientation organized by Clark Development Corporation – Health and Sanitation Division in partnership with Happy Home Pest Control Company. (CDC Photo)

Dr. Maria Clemencita D. Dobles, manager of CDC-HSD, emphasized the importance of such initiatives in maintaining cleanliness and wellness standards in the Metro Clark area.

“Pest control is one of our main objectives, and it is a significant part of our mission to prevent diseases, particularly infectious ones. We also want to equip our locators with pest control strategies, especially within their facilities,” she said.

CDC enhances locators' pest control, safety measures
Engr. Filemon G. Angeles, Sanitation Officer III of CDC- HSD, shares insights on the proper Pest Control Management within various facilities. (CDC Photo).

The orientation covered a variety of topics, including pest control management, pest control measures and services, the introduction of new technology, and the demonstration of pest control services and equipment.

The event also highlighted new technology for mosquito eradication, complementing existing measures against rats, flies, and cockroaches. It provided a platform for participants to address concerns and queries, ranging from equipment operation to cost considerations and protocols for managing stray cats.

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