On September 27th, I installed one EcoBloc unit at the rear of the building, where all receiving and employee entry doors are located. The trash containers are also in this area, and bait stations are secured along the entire exterior wall. All bait stations were cleaned of past rodent evidence, and replenished with new/fresh rodent baits (wax blocks and meal packs).
I revisited after 10 days (Oct 7th) to ensure that the EcoBloc unit was still in place and was still powered (plugged in). All bait stations were checked at this time, and no evidence of rodent activity was noted at this time. I then returned to my 30- day inspection/service schedule for this account.
In the past 2 years that I have been servicing this location, the exterior baits showed evidence of mice feeding at them on each of my service visits. This is exactly what we expect since bait stations are intended to maintain control of rodents before they gain access into the building. I serviced this location again on October 25th, November 29th and December 27th and found no evidence of rodent activity during any of these visits. The following year the site was visited with less frequency due to the effectiveness of the EcoBloc units. None of the bait stations showed evidence of rodent activity (ie: no bait chewing and no droppings present), and I had no evidence of rodent activity noted or reported inside any of the businesses during this time.