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01 / 31 / 17
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Benefits Of Commercial Pest Control In Savannah

A business owner in Savannah knows just how much work is involved with making a business work. For most, it is a 24/7 job to make sure that everything gets done. Keeping an eye on the bottom line while you’re making sure that the customer is king is not an easy task. Thankfully, there is a way that business owners can take one stressful task off their plate. McCall Services can help keep your business on track by helping to keep pests out.

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08 / 24 / 16
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What Does It Mean To Be A Part Of Copesan?

Here at McCall, we are extremely proud to say that we are a Copesan pest provider. When you choose McCall to take care of your commercial pest issues, you are choosing a commercial service that is nationally the strongest and most comprehensive network of commercial pest control specialists in the industry. That’s local expertise with national reach and coverage. Still a little confused? Let’s take a moment and see why having the best of both worlds, local and national, is the best way to go.

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02 / 26 / 16
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Pest Management For Savannah Business

No matter what type of business you run in Savannah, bugs and wildlife can have a dramatic negative impact.

 

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01 / 25 / 16
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Bioremediation For Business

Bioremediation has been around for a while. It is believed that its use dates back as far as Roman times when microorganisms were used to treat collected waste water, but microbiologists didn't really start studying it until the 1940s. However, it wasn't really popularized as a term until the end of the 1980s when a form of bioremediation was used to combat large oil spills in the ocean. If you've never heard of bioremediation, it is simply the use of microorganisms or other forms of life to consume and break down environmental pollutants. Here are some examples of bioremediation and how we use helpful bacteria and enzymes to help the businesses we serve.

 

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