Various estimates suggest that rodents destroy or contamiate atleast 20 percent of the world’s food supply. to protect your facility from rodent infestation, we provide a preventative programme consisting of various non-chemical measures supplemented by a carefully managed programme.

Exterior Perimeter

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Nesting sites and burrows are indentified and treated.

Exterior rodent bait stations are placed at strategic intervals of 15m around the outside of the facility. Additional stations are placed adjoining railway sidings and heavily wooded areas.

All bait stations are tamper proof, each mounted, labeled and appropriately marked with readily identifiable signs.

Exterior stations are serviced once a month, which includes cleaning and rebaiting. All baits will be colored blue or green, although we do recommend the use of non-toxic baits. All stations are monitored and logged on our monitoring program,


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Interior measures for rodent control, include devices such as glue boards, mechanical traps and extended trigger traps.

Dependant on your GMP policy, interior stations could either be “feeding stations” or non-toxic feeding stations / mechanical catch traps.

Stations should be positioned at approximately 8 meter intervals around the interior of the facility, and within 2 meters on either side of any doors to the exterior. Which includes inspection and cleaning. All stations are monitored and results logged on out monitoring program.

Rodent protection devices are listed in the Eco Pest service log and exact location of each device is shown on a map schematic of the facility.

Rodent Control

Rodent Types

House Mouse

10 – 21gm

6 – 10cm (head to body)

7 – 11cm (tail)

Norway Rat

150 – 600gm

18 – 25cm (head to body)

16 – 21cm (tail)

Roof Rat

80 – 300gm

16 -21cm (head to body)

19 – 25cm (tail)