Bed Bugs Paralyze New York Housing Court, BedBugBully Offers Green Help to Continue Work

The New York Housing Court was attacked by bed bugs. And because of the bed bug treatment on thousands of boxes of court's documents, cases were postponed.
By: Caroline Cooper
 
 
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Jan. 18, 2012 - PRLog -- The Housing Court in New York had been attacked by the infamous bed bugs. As a result, housing cases already scheduled were postponed. To help the agency resolve the problem and continue its work,  BedBugBully suggested the use of a green spray to kill bed bugs.

The  vampire-like pests were first seen in the  Housing Court last November 15. Specifically, they were discovered in the third floor of the building. But although bed bugs were seen in just a number of isolated areas in the said floor, a complete evacuation and top-to-bottom treatment was ordered.

What caused the delay of the cases though was the fumigation of the files from the third floor, where the tax-incentives divisions and parts of the housing-litigation and IT divisions are. About 5000 boxes of documents were sent to Rockland County for treatment. And because some of the files weren't backed-up on computers, they weren't accessible.

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“Bed bugs have yet again caused chaos in New York. Because of them, cases in the city's Housing Court will have to be postponed.”

“The blood-sucking pests were specifically discovered at the third floor of the Department of  Housing Preservation and Development building last November 15. Their presence got the officials so anxious that they got five thousand boxes of documents shipped off for treatment. Everything and everyone in the said floor were also evacuated.”

“The boxes of files for the fumigation process was sent to a facility treatment in Rockland County. And needless to say, that and the fact that other papers weren't backed up on computers paralyzed the office's operation.”

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“City housing officials got so antsy over a bedbug invasion that they shipped off 5,000 boxes of files for fumigation, forcing Housing Court cases to be postponed.”

“The bloodsuckers turned up at the Department of Housing Preservation and development around Nov. 15, leading to the evacuation of the entire third floor, which contains the tax-incentives divisions and parts of the housing-litigation and IT divisions.”

“Officials said that even though the critters were spotted only in isolated areas, a top-to-bottom cleaning was ordered, meaning everything on the floor had to be temporarily relocated.”

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Almost everywhere now, bed bugs are present. And apart from their common hideouts as clothes and luggage, they also love to stay in books and magazines. Hence, the Housing Court's action of getting their files treated, along with the evacuation and top-to-bottom cleaning, was just right, said BedBugBully.com.

However, nobody needs to wait for a major infestation to happen before action is taken. According to the site, early detection must be paired with a well-picked solution to kill bed bugs effectively and prevent its invasion from getting worse. Among the many bed bug killers though, it only recommended the use of those with green ingredients. And among the green bed bug sprays, the website only advised the spraying of Bed Bug Bully.

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