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University of Oklahoma Housing and Food Likely to Surpass Budget, My Cleaning Products Recommends Pest Control Products That Could the Department's Spending in Half
Date:3/20/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 20, 2013

The University of Oklahoma Housing and Food Services is spending big for the campus' pest control treatments. And as reported by oudaily.com, the department is likely to surpass this year's budget because of it. Wanting to help, My Cleaning Products recommended to the officials the use of its non-toxic pest sprays. As it said, with their safety and effectiveness, the solutions could cut their expenses by 50%.

As said in the report, My Cleaning Products shared that in January alone, UO's Housing and Food spent $9000 for the campus' monthly pest control services. That and its expenses for the previous months since October totaled to $60,000. With that big spending this early, it added that Housing and Food director Dave Annis said that the department would probably spend more than its annual budget of $119,000 this year.

The monthly pest control treatments paid for by UO's Housing and Food cover student housings, dining facilities, residence hall basements and main floors, related the company on its post. And as it detailed, those treatments are usually for spiders, roaches, mice and bed bugs.

Here is a part of the post UO Housing and Food Likely to Surpass Pest Control Budget by My Cleaning Products.

“The University of Oklahoma Housing and Food Services is facing a financial problem. No thanks to their pest-control expenses, it was reported that they would likely surpass their yearly budget.

According to the news, OU Housing and Food got an amount of $119,000 to spend for pest control around the campus. That's the budget every year from October to September. However, at this early, from October of last year, $60,000 of the said budget was already spent. Because of that, Housing and Food director Dave Annis said that the department was likely to spend more than the designated amount this year.”

Pests got to be eliminated as they compromise people's health, My Cleaning Products said. However, it cleared that the pest control treatment doesn't have to be expensive to be effective.

With its non toxic pest control sprays just like Bed Bug Bully and Spider Bully, MCP said that one could definitely get rid of the pests without having to spend big. They are effective and inexpensive at the same time that pest control companies, as they attested, were able to save $1000's in their labor expenses, it related.

Apart from that, the company added that they are also safe. It detailed that they are made with natural ingredients and were even approved by FIFRA 25(b) as pesticide-exempt. Because of that and them being effective and able to cut down expenses, My Cleaning Products highly recommended their use to the University of Oklahoma and all the others who need some pest control help. It encouraged the public to try samples of them as well so they could prove it themselves how great they work.

Complimentary Samples of the Non Toxic Pest Control Sprays are available at MyCLeaningProducts.com.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/pest-control/03-19-13/prweb10550425.htm.


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