Targeting pests when Costa del Sol schools are closed for holidays

Councillor Francisco Javier García Lara announcing the work Credit: Ayuntamiento de Fuengirola

THE Fuengirola Department of Health under Councillor Francisco Javier García Lara has taken advantage of the Christmas holidays to carry out a campaign of works in local schools.

Actions to disinfect, cleanse and destroy rodents and other pests takes place three times a year to coincide with holiday breaks in order to ensure there is no disruption to the school educational timetable.

Works are undertaken in all areas of risk such as surface pipes and in any area where it is feared that insects in particular such as cockroaches, fleas, mosquitoes and wasps as well as rodents may have caused an infestation.

This Christmas the main targets have been rodents, fleas and cockroaches but the council does have a 24 hour emergency maintenance service in case of problems during the term.

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