A Kenley based pest control technician has stepped in to help a distressed woman and child after they were targeted by a loose Bullmastiff.
Alex Donovan from Cleankill Pest Control was outside his office when we saw a young woman walking to school with her child and miniature dachshund. It was clear she was highly distressed and the reason for this soon became clear - a 50+ Kg Bullmastiff was charging at them.
Cleankill Pest Control’s Technical and Training Manager Chris Davis has been asked by Killgerm’s Matthew Davies to present a joint seminar entitled ‘An on-the-ground view of pest control staff training – challenges and successes’ at PestEx 2022.
Croydon-based Cleankill Pest Control is pleased to announce it has been shortlisted in the Employer of the Year category of the 2022 Gatwick Diamond Business Awards.
Sponsored by the Loch Associates Group, this award is presented to the company that can best demonstrate how it puts its employees at the heart of its operations.
Industry stalwart and Cleankill Pest Control’s longest-serving technician Phil Nye has retired after 20 years with the company.
Phil started his career with Rentokil in 1977 as a technician and then field biologist and a supervisor, before joining Cleankill in 2001.
Cleankill Pest Control is pleased to announce it is sponsoring the Customer Experience Awards at the 2022 Sussex Business Show.
Organised by Network Xpress, the Sussex Business Show brings together 80+ businesses, 16 speakers and 400+ attendees for one day of networking. It is aimed at SMEs from across the whole of Sussex and, for those businesses not yet at the SME level, there is also the opportunity to pitch for investment in the Tiger’s Pen.
Cleankill’ bird control team visited a retirement home in Caterham, Surrey, to help a pensioner fulfil a long-held dream.
Ruth Swain contacted Cleankill’s Managing Director Paul Bates to explain that her mum Rita Newman had always wanted to take part in a ‘hawking’ experience, watching them fly and have one sit on her arm.
Pest control technician Sam Boylett found more than he bargained for when opening a bait box at a site in Shoreham, West Sussex. During a routine inspection, Sam opened what should have been an empty box to reveal a snake-like slow worm.