New Non-Pesticide Bed Bug Spray And Bed Bug Bills Laid Out In Connecticut Seek To Help The Public Fight Off The Pests, My Cleaning Products Relates The Details
It is undeniable that bed bugs are now so widespread. And so to help the public fight them off, sfgate.com reported that Connecticut lawmakers laid out two bills addressing bed bug problems in public and private housings. And wanting to help as well, My Cleaning Products suggested to all the use of a pesticide-exempt bed bug spray. It also announced that samples of it are available for everyone.
According to the said report, one of the bills was proposed by Bridgeport Senator Andres Ayala and sets the duties of the landlord as well as that of the tenants. Meanwhile, the other bill, it related, was designed by Waterbury Representative Larry Butler and specifies the procedures of bed bug extermination in housing units – public or not.
Below is a part of the said report.
“Connecticut lawmakers are considering legislation that spells out the responsibilities of landlords and tenants when it comes to bed bug infestations.
The General Assembly’s Housing Committee is scheduled to hear testimony Tuesday on several bills addressing bed bugs.”
Acknowledging that the two bills could indeed help control the bed bug spread, My Cleaning Products also expressed its intention to help the public. It introduced to them an organic bed bug spray that offers an effective and safe bed bug treatment.
Specifically, that bed bug spray is Bed Bug Bully. As proven by pest-control companies, it delivers a truly effective bed bug treatment cutting their labor cost by $1,000, said the company.
In addition, it related that it is approved by FIFRA 25(b). And as a pesticide-exempt solution, MCP stated that it provides a safe bed bug treatment protecting its users and anyone else exposed to it from chemical health risks.
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