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Syracuse among worst cities in nation for bed bugs

January 19th, 2013 by admin

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SYRACUSE -- Syracuse is one of the worst cities in the nations for bed bugs. That is the finding of a survey by Orkin, a pest control company.

Orkin found that the Syracuse region ranks number 21 among 50 cities in the number of bed bug treatments it has performed.

The ranking comes as "no surprise" to Orkin Branch Manager, Jim Barnhart. He says there has been a significant "uptick" in bed bug complaints in his region which covers all of Central New York.

Nationally Orkin has seen a 33 percent increase in business to control bed bugs in 2012. If you suspect you have a bedbug problem, Barnhart says it's important to have a professional inspection to confirm the presence of bed bugs. He says the tiny bugs, which feed on human blood, can reside in areas other than a mattress, like furniture, walls, and kitchens. Barnhart says his staff is finding bed bugs in commercial buildings including gyms and banks.

Syracuse Codes Enforcement Director Corey Driscoll says she is working with the city's legal department to find ways to convince landlords to be more responsive to bed bug complaints. Driscoll says the city may soon demand better documentation to confirm inspections and extermination. She says the city may also require that landlords disclose the current or past presence of bed bugs to prospective tenants.

Sharon Sherman, of the Greater Syracuse Tenants Network, calls it an "epidemic." Sherman says she's held workshops with landlords to help them combat the problem. TheTenants Networkhas posted a series of recommendations on its website to prevent the spread of bed bugs.

"Sanitation is not a factor when it comes to the development of the tiny bloodsuckers," Orkin stated in a news release. "People may believe bed bugs transmit disease, but according to the Journal of the American medication Association, bed bugs can carry more than 30 different human pathogens, but there is no evidence that bed bugs can transmit disease."

The top 25 worst cities are:

1. Chicago 2. Detroit 3. Los Angeles 4. Denver 5. Cincinnati 6. Columbus, Ohio 7. Washington, D.C. 8. Cleveland/Akron/Canton 9. Dallas/Ft. Worth 10. New York City 11. Dayton 12. Richmond/Petersburg, VA 13. Seattle/Tacoma 14. San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose 15. Raleigh/Durham/Fayetteville, NC 16. Indianapolis 17. Omaha, Neb 18. Houston 19. Milwaukee 20. Baltimore 21. Syracuse 22. Boston 23. Colorado Springs/Pueblo, Colo. 24. Lexington, KY 25. Miami/Ft. Lauderdale

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Syracuse rises to No. 21 on list of nation's 50 worst bed bug cities

January 18th, 2013 by admin

Syracuse, N.Y. -- Syracuse has moved up in the rankings on a list no one wants to be on Americas top 50 cities for bed bugs.

Syracuse ranks 21 on the 2012 list released today by Orkin, a pest control company. It ranked 23 on the 2011 list.

Orkin ranks cities in order of the number of bed bug treatments it performed from January to December last year.

Chicago ranked No. 1. Other cities in New York on the list include New York City (10), Buffalo (28) and Albany (42).

The ranking came as no surprise to Sharon Sherman, executive director of the Greater Syracuse Tenants Network.

We have a crisis in Syracuse, Sherman said. Its out of control.

Sherman said bed bug infestations are rampant in rental housing in lower income neighborhoods, particularly on the citys North Side. About 20 percent of the calls she receives from tenants are related to bed bugs.

Orkin said sanitation is not a factor when it comes to development of bed bugs. The insects are not limited to bedrooms. They can be found in kitchens and bathrooms. The bloodsuckers also show up in places other than homes such as hospitals, movie theaters, airplanes and gyms.

Bed bugs can multiply quickly, so early detection is critical to preventing a larger infestation, the company said.

The following cities are ranked in order of the number of bed bug treatments Orkin performed from January to December 2012 along with their shift, if any, in ranking compared to January to December 2011.

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Bed Bugs Make a Beeline for Chicago

November 21st, 2012 by admin

They attacked the Nike flagship store in New York City. They invaded Google and Abercrombie & Fitch. They even tried to infest the Empire State Building. After decades of being on the brink of extinction, bed bugs are back, and they're finding better ways to travel undetected.

While Chicago's bed bug problem is nothing compared to what New York has experienced over the last several years, it is fast becoming a persistent problem, particularly on Chicago's North Side. This growing problem placed Chicago at No. 2 on Orkin's list of Top 50 Bed Bug Cities.

The areas hardest hit include Edgewater, Lakeview, Lincoln Park, Rogers Park, and Uptown. These areas have two things in common when it comes to the city's bed bug problem: plenty of apartments, condos, and hotels and more travelers and commuters than anywhere else in the city.

How Are North Siders Getting Stuck With Bed Bugs?

Hundreds of reports have been made over the last several years about sightings or all-out infestations in apartments, condos, hotels, and offices on Chicago's North Side. No matter where you live, bed bugs can make their way into these spaces via luggage, souvenirs, furniture, and even on the clothes the carrier is wearing. Bed bugs can be found in hotels, dorms, rooming houses, shelters, cruise ships, trains, taxis, and more while traveling, but once they've reached the interior of any space, they can spread like wildfire.

In the city of Chicago, bed bugs have found yet another mode of transportation that hasn't really been on the radar until now. The cloth seats on CTA subway trains are perfect places for bed bugs to hide while they wait for a ride to their new home. They can make their way onto your wool coat, your hat, into a laptop bag, purse, shopping bag, etc.

The bed bugs can hide in the crevices of your mattress or even inside the mattress until feeding time. They also hide in linens, in cracks and crevices in the floor, along baseboards, and under and behind dressers. For around five minutes every five to 10 days, bed bugs feed on their favorite food -- human blood -- before returning to their hiding places until they work up an appetite again. Feeding always takes place at night, typically an hour before dawn.

What Are Bed Bugs? Are They Dangerous?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , bed bugs are small, flat, parasitic insects that feed solely on the blood of people and animals while they sleep. Bed bugs are reddish-brown in color, wingless, range from 1 mm to 7 mm (roughly the size of Lincoln's head on a penny), and can live several months without a blood meal.

According to Chicago-based Safer Pest Control Project, bed bugs are not known disease carriers. However, bed bugs use saliva to numb the skin before feeding. Some people may have an allergic reaction to the saliva, resulting in swelling, itching, and redness, while most will have no reaction at all. If infection or scarring does occur, it is usually the result of scratching.

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Hurricane Sandy Predicted to Have Long-Term Effect on Pest Populations

November 15th, 2012 by admin


As those affected by the destructive damage and widespread power outages caused by Hurricane Sandy begin the rebuilding process, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) is focusing on the impact the super storm will have on pest populations in affected areas of New York and New Jersey, specifically in hard-hit communities. Flood and storm-ravaged areas can expect to experience greater contact with pests including rats, bed bugs, termites and flies in the weeks and months after the storm due in large part to population displacement, as well as increased moisture. The NPMA is monitoring the situation, as the increase in contact poses serious health and property risks that must be addressed during recovery efforts.

Communities devastated by the storm will likely experience an increase in pest encounters due to displacement and destruction caused by flooding, said Jim Fredericks, Ph.D, technical director for the NPMA. From the delay in sanitation services caused by power outages and road blockages, to the widespread structural damage and increased number of people staying at shelters, hotels or with family and friends, there are a number of ways Sandy will affect a variety of pest populations both in the short-term and months after the storm.

Our hearts go out to all who are struggling in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, remarked Missy Henriksen, vice president of public affairs for the NPMA. We are working internally with member companies and manufacturers to develop an action plan to help in mitigating these expected pest pressures, specifically in those areas hardest hit by Sandy.

The NPMA has identified the following pests to be of greatest concern:

Rodents: Many rodents were likely killed during the hurricane, however, a great number were displaced and immediately began seeking harborage and food. The delay in garbage pickup that many areas experienced, or continue to experience, will result in an abundance of food sources, while the expected increase in construction debris from remodeling will serve as excellent temporary harborages for displaced pests. As sanitation workers are likely to focus on garbage first, and place less of a priority on construction debris which may sit for extended periods, homeowners should keep food trash and construction debris separate so that sanitation workers can easily pick up the items most conducive to rodents. When these two are mixed, food and harborage may be in place for extended periods of time, which can be conducive to infestations. Rodents are known to spread several dozen diseases. Any homeowner coming into contact with rodent carcasses during clean up should wear protective gloves to protect against disease transmission.

Flies: Flies breed in spoiled food, dead rodents or wildlife, and sewage caused by backups or broken pipes. Homeowners who lost power for several days or were unable to return to their homes for long periods of time are likely dealing with the disposal of rotten food. Fungus gnats breed in areas affected by moisture where mildew is growing, and may continue to be a problem in the coming months, especially in coastal areas, like NJs Barrier Islands, which are still closed off to many homeowners. Phorid flies breed in areas contaminated by sewage, which could be a problem for Rockaway Channel in Nassau County, Long Island, which is being flooded with raw sewage from the Bay Park sewage treatment plant.

Bed Bugs: The large number of people forced out of their homes and living in hotels and shelters or receiving donated furnishings or clothing create an increased opportunity for bed bug infestations. Bed bugs are a much greater concern in urban areas hit by the storm, such as New York City, where larger populations of people live close together and interact in enclosed spaces on a regular basis. Because of the bed bugs' ability to "hitchhike" on people and their belongings, bed bugs can become a problem for anyone living in close quarters while displaced from their home.

Termites: Homes that were treated for termites in the past need to be retreated if the neighborhood was flooded and soil was moved or displaced by the water. The pesticide barrier was most likely disturbed and may no longer exist to protect the home from the serious structural damage termites can cause.

The NPMA, a non-profit organization with more than 7,000 members, was established in 1933 to support the pest management industry's commitment to the protection of public health, food and property.

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Researchers Find A One-Pill Solution To Fighting Bed Bugs

November 15th, 2012 by admin

Bed bugs are nasty peststhat live on fabrics (especially beds) and leave you with annoying itchy welts. They are also notoriously hard to get rid of.

But new research shows that we can kill these bugs by taking a drug traditionally used to fight off parasitic worms, Bloomberg's Jason Gale reports.

To see if the new treatment worked, researchers allowed beg bugs to feed on human blood from people who have taken the drug ivermectin, commercially known asStromectol.

Three out of five bed bugs died three hours after their blood meals. The drug can not only kill bed bugs, it can also prevent the small young ones from growing by preventing molting. This is great news, since bed bugs are increasingly resistant to traditional pesticides.

The drug could be the key to combating what's reemerged as a widespread problem, particularly in dense cities like New York. According to 2009 estimates,more than400,000 New York City residentsexperienced bed beg infestation.The critters are so common, they have even taken over places likeGoogle,Victoria's Secret,Abercrombie & Fitch, and anAMC Movie Theaterin Times Square.

SEE ALSO:Your Ultimate Guide To The War Against Bedbugs

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Study suggests drug’s potential to eliminate bed bugs

November 15th, 2012 by admin

ATLANTA Bed bugs died after feeding on people treated with Mercks Stromectol, a treatment typically used against parasitic worms, in the first study to investigate its potential to control the blood-suckers.

Three out of five bed bugs died after blood meals from people who had taken Stromectol, also called ivermectin, three hours earlier, according to research presented at a scientific meeting in Atlanta Monday. The pill, along with conventional measures such as pesticides, may improve chances of eliminating the pest, said John Sheele, an emergency physician at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, who led the study.

Stromectol is used to treat diseases caused by worm parasites such as river blindness, one of the leading causes of preventable blindness, and elephantiasis, or lymphatic filariasis, which causes certain parts of the body to become enlarged. Sheeles research suggests its pesticidal properties may also fight bed bug incursions, experienced by more than 400,000 New York City residents in 2009.

Ivermectin is effective against a broad range of insects body lice, head lice, scabies, Sheele said in an interview. What Id like to be able to do is a real-world experiment where we find people who have bed bugs, treat them with the regimen and see does it get rid of their infestation.

Bed bugs are small, flat insects that feed solely on the blood of people and animals while they sleep.

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What Are My Rights as an NYC Tenant with Bed Bugs? – Video

November 1st, 2012 by admin

What Are My Rights as an NYC Tenant with Bed Bugs?
Met Council is one of NYC #39;s oldest non-profits that dispenses information on housing rights to tenants with questions. Here we learn more about the questions tenants have been calling about regarding their rights when it comes to bed bugs. To learn more about Met Council visit 2ratingsTime:10:00More inPeople Blogs

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If I have bedbugs, what are my legal rights as a tenant? – Video

November 1st, 2012 by admin

If I have bedbugs, what are my legal rights as a tenant?
Who is responsible in a tenant - landlord case when bed bugs are found in the building? Sharing his wealth of knowledge on bed bugs and the law is New York City attorney Timothy Wenk of Shafer Glazer, LLP. For more information on Mr. Wenk, visit: To learn more about pest control options, visit 7ratingsTime:06:32More inPeople Blogs

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November 1st, 2012 by admin

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Where's Roscoe? Raising A Glass To His Clients!

June 16th, 2012 by admin

Fairfield, NJ (PRWEB) June 15, 2012

Bell Environmental Services, one of the New York metropolitan areas leading pest control companies, performed its services for more than 40 years with little fanfare. Then Bed Bugs returned to the US. Bell Environmental responded to the bedbug epidemic by applying its high quality, environmentally-friendly pest control solutions, and spotlighting the skills of its beagle detective, Roscoe the Bed Bug Dog].

The question Wheres Roscoe? referencing the companys television commercials, has become as ubiquitous as bed bug phobia the past several years.

Bell Environmental, headquartered in Fairfield, N.J., is more than just a bed bug firm, as long-time employees, current and former clients, business partners, and friends attending the firms 50th anniversary party on Saturday, June 16, can attest.

Though a beagle, Roscoe has gotten the lions share of public attention. Roscoe has been featured on Good Morning America, Animal Planet, and CBS News and local news programs since joining Bell in 2008. While Bell Environmentals bed bug services have received the most media coverage over the last decade, the firm has been a full-service pest control company since its founding. Bell Environmentals President Phil Waldorf started the firm in 1963.

Were proud of our 50 years in business," Waldorf said. "We've always put our customers first and are pleased so many will join us to celebrate this milestone."

About Bell Environmental Services Bell Environmental began in 1963 with a commitment to high customer service. It has brought innovative technology and environmentally sound bed bug control and commercial pest control methods to customers in New York City and its metropolitan area for decades. Owned and operated by its founding management, Bell leads the way in finding alternatives to dangerous pesticides to eliminate infestations of insects, rodents, and pest birds at facilities throughout the Northeastern United States. More information on Bell Environmental can be found at

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