Fume Cube offers low-cost on-site commodity fumigation, packaged with inspection and treatment

November 14, 2010

Traditionally, Vikane gas (sulfuryl fluoride) has been used in two ways in the war against bed bugs: to treat a full structure (from a single-family house to a massive hotel), or to treat belongings and furniture in an enclosed space, otherwise known as commodity fumigation. It can be used to treat all kinds of belongings […]

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Bed bugs found in Indiana University library office

September 23, 2010

Fox 59 reports that two bed bugs were recently found in an administrative office in the Indiana University library in Bloomington. Bed bugs have not yet been reported in any other areas on campus (at least not in the last few months; this May 2010 article notes that evidence of bed bugs has been found […]

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Bed bugs in Bloomington school: “We knew this was going to happen”

April 27, 2010

Bed bugs have been seen on at least three different students and several more have been found in the health office at Bloomington, Indiana’s Arlington Heights Elementary School, according to Bloomington’s WTHR news. Interestingly, Scientists say there isn’t an infestation in the school. We’ve heard that song before!  It all depends on how you define […]

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Indianapolis Housing Authority vs. Bed Bugs

August 5, 2008

Lugar Tower, a public housing development in Indianapolis, has a bed bug problem. They’ve spent $60,000 to get rid of the building’s bed bugs, but the bed bugs are still biting. reports, . . . for more than two years they have been dealing with a bed-bug infestation so bad that the city housing […]

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Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana hold tri-state “Emergency Meeting” about bed bugs

January 22, 2008

The Kentucky Post and WCPO (ABC9 in Cincinnati) reported that there was an “Emergency Meeting” held behind closed doors last Friday to discuss the bed bug problem in the tri-state area of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. (Indiana was not mentioned by name in any of the articles, but we can assume it’s the third state […]

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Bed bugs on increase in Ripley County, Indiana

January 16, 2008

The Batesville Herald Tribune in Indiana reports that even that locality’s health officials are discussing the increase in local bed bug cases: Bed bug cases “are increasing somewhat throughout the county,” reported Wayne Peace, Emergency Management Agency director, at the Jan. 8 Ripley County Health Department meeting. “I don’t know why there is an increase.” […]

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