MISSION TRIP TO BORNEO: JUNGLE WARFARE WITH PEST
July 29, 2016
Have you ever thought that there were pests (I mean pests like cockroaches, mosquitoes, rats, ants, etc, etc) roaming in the homes of those residing in the uttermost remote villages of Borneo? Or perhaps your thoughts could have swung to the other pendulum and said: “Having pests residing in such places shouldn’t be a great surprise – after all one could easily conclude the sanitation there ….”
Having said it all, do you know that RIDPEST is involved in social responsibilities because they believe their responsibilities goes beyond just making profit to include protecting and improving society’s welfare? Besides, Stephen Liu, the CEO of Ridpest having a concerned spirit for the people of the land, has embarked on a tracking journey to the interior part of Sarawak to providing proper training to the residence there in controlling pests. Before going there, he has extended this social concern to reputable companies like Imaspro, Compesti and Sumitomo for providing the safety equipment, sprayer and chemical for this project. The primary objective is to combat cockroaches and rodents which were aplenty in all the homes. These pests have become not only a ‘nuisance’ and are a ‘threat’ to the health of the people at large.
The journey to the destined place was indeed very challenging – having to follow the contours and thick undergrowth of the jungle area. Nonetheless, it is worth it all as you may want to know how thankful they were to have their pests under control.Further on-line viewing for Cockroach infestation at:
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