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08 / 05 / 15
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Sandwich Isle Pest Helps Solarimpulse

Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions was recently asked to contribute in a big way to the success of the historic flight of Solarimpulse. Birds nesting in or around the plane or even birds defecating on the plane’s extremely sensitive surfaces could potentially lead to disaster for this flight. The engineering team for Solarimpulse contacted us to design and fabricate a bird proof net enclosure that would exclude the birds from the aircraft while still allowing maintenance personnel to access it!

Tags: Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions  |  pest birds

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07 / 31 / 15
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Invasive Pests On The Move In Hawaii

Michael Botha, Associate Certified Entomologist and President of Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions spoke with Steve Uyehara of Hawaii News Now, about the many invasive species that are becoming more and more of a threat throughout the Islands. There is a ton of information in this short clip, but here are some of the highlights to help you protect yourself from these pests.

Tags: Hawaii pest control  |  Invasive Pest

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07 / 14 / 15
Romeo

Romeo, is he the love for you?

Romeo, Romeo where for art thou Romeo…. If you are looking for the ‘love’ of your life in your pet consider this adorable dog Romeo. The only background we have on this sweet ‘best friend’ is that he was found on the North Shore, and was taken to the shelter by a Good Samaritan. Romeo has such kind eyes and is a sweet pup. He is a bit lanky and in need of love and attentio

Tags: Sandwich Isle  |  dog of the month  |  OSPCA

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07 / 03 / 15
Beach In Hawaii

Invasive Species In Hawaii

Have you ever had to declare anything? If you've traveled from the U.S. to another country, you have had to deal with this protective procedure upon returning. The concept of declaration is simple: You must tell the customs officer about anything you're carrying back that you did not have when you left the United States. Often, this declaration of goods is used to extract an import tax for items being brought back into the country. But a declaration also helps government agencies protect the U.S. from invasive species. This is especially important here in Hawaii, where the ecology of the Pacific Islands is contained.

Tags: pest control in hawaii  |  Invasive Pest

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