HOW SOME SOCIAL DISTANCING BEHAVIORS CAN ATTRACT PESTS
Increased time at home is changing our routines. We are often increasing the amount of food we consume as well as the waste we are generating. This is leading to more pests, according to National Pest Management Association (NPMA) research.
Millions of Americans are spending more time in home isolation, and more time in their living environments than ever before. Our routines are being adjusted, and we are finding ourselves consuming more food and producing more waste. As a result, pests are taking notice.