The sight of pigeons in a city is common and in some cases even a tourist attraction. In reality, however, pigeons are very dangerous creatures – not for their aggression but for the diseases that they can spread to humans. Their presence in excessive numbers requires a precise intervention strategy to prevent the spread of these diseases and to protect your health.
The procedures follow strict protocols and specific certification and the successful treatment of the infestation is 100% guaranteed.
Project & Service works with different methods to remove birds and to prevent the spread of disease. To remove pigeons from a building or part of a building, we adhere to a specific intervention protocol based on research of the best technologies and experience of their correct use in each specific context. We develop strategies for removal of troublesome pigeons and design integrated systems according to your needs.
Pigeons carry about 60 different diseases, some of which are fatal and contagious to both humans and domestic animals. The pathogens are found in the bird droppings. Among the most common and dangerous are: Salmonellosis, Cryptococcosis , Histoplasmosis, Ornithosis, Aspergillosis, Candidiasis, Chlamydia, Coccidiosis, Encephalitis and Tuberculosis. You do not need direct contact … Learn more
URBAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE
A pigeon produces about 2.5 kg of faeces per year, the result of which produces the urban decay that we all recognise: buildings, streets, monuments, sills and pavements smeared with excrement. The excrement itself has a corrosive action on monuments and the like and the results can be seen where some have been eroded away to almost nothing. The type of corrosion is determined by the nature of the micro-organisms that develop on the substrate after the fecal emission (bacteria, yeasts, molds). These are responsible for the rapid lowering of the pH level by the production of organic and inorganic acids (sulfuric acid). In addition, the fungal hyphae penetrate the micro-cracks also causing a mechanical disruption. In addition, there is the mechanical action of the claws and beaks of the birds (who ingest stone material) and also the effect of weathering. Finally, there is the problem of disposing of the birds, once dead. Thus, the goal is to achieve a limited population, compatible with the environment and a good level of health and hygiene.
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