...campuses like UTSA must have effective methods to fight off the pests...
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) March 26, 2012
Bed bugs were again seen at the University of Texas in San Antonio this Wednesday as stated by David Gabler, the university spokesperson. A report from MySanAntonio.com said that the incident was already the fourth bed bug case in the university for just this school year.
Based on the report, the bed bugs were found in one of the campus residence facilities. Specifically, it was discovered in a room in an apartment-style dormitory called Laurel Village. Two other residence halls namely University Oaks and Chisholm Hall were previously bugged by the pests.
UTSA implemented a heat treatment to get rid of bed bugs. To prevent future bed bug incidents, the university is also trying to work with the students. Apart from informing the 3800 on-campus students about the recent bed bug problem, officials also advised the whole student body to always be on the look-out for the pests.
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Bed bugs are now a frequent sight to many schools. The University of Texas in San Antonio is among those campuses often visited by the blood-sucking pests. In fact, just this Wednesday, the fourth bed bug case in one of its dormitories was reported.
University Spokesman, David Gabler, announced last Wednesday the sighting of bed bugs for the fourth time in one of the university's residence facilities. Specifically, the pests were found in one room at Laurel Village, an apartment-style dormitory managed by UTSA. University Oaks and Chisholm Hall were the two other residence halls previously affected by the pests.
To exterminate bed bugs, the university implemented a heat treatment. Officials also informed the 3800 students living on-campus about the bed bug situation via email. And to prevent future bed bug problems, additionally, they advised students to watch out for bed bugs and signs of their presence.
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The University of Texas at San Antonio is battling its fourth case of dormitory bedbugs this school year, university spokesman David Gabler said Wednesday.
The most recent case occurred in one room at the apartment-style Laurel Village, a residence hall owned and managed by the university. Gabler said the university exterminated the pests by raising the temperature in the room to 135 degrees and by removing the mattress and carpet.
Previously affected on-campus residence facilities included the privately owned University Oaks and Chisholm Hall.
Read more about Fourth UTSA Bed Bug Case Reported at: http://www.bedbugcontrol911.com/276/bed-bugs-bugged-university-texas-dormitories/
People always come and go in university dormitories. Because of that, they are susceptible to bed bugs' presence, said BedBugControl911.com. And so, campuses like UTSA must have effective methods to fight off the pests, it added.
According to the site, one of the things that everybody must do to counter bed bugs is to identify them right. Checking out pics of bed bugs is a big help to be able to do that, it said. Additionally, it advised everybody to get a bed bug spray, one that is pesticide-exempt to be exact. As it said, such bed bug control product can have anybody do a bed bug treatment that is fast, easy and safe.
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