Congratulations To Glen Gregory
Aluminium Phosphide pass
To meet the increasing demand for gassing rabbits, moles and rats
Glen Gregory has successfully passed his examination for the safe use
of aluminium phosphide.
This is probably the most dangerous pesticide we use to control public
health pests, and since November last year users of aluminium phosphide
must be fully qualified.
Aluminium phosphide gives off a highly toxic gas, being used for the
control of rats, moles and rabbits within their burrows and runs underground.
Three Positive Environmental Technicians are now qualified to use aluminium
phosphide for the control of vertebrate pests.