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Malaysia’s Major Pest Control Issues

There are many severe pest problems in Kuala Lumpur’s Home. Recently we had a severe outbreak of bedbugs and cockroaches after which many large hotels, including the five-star rated hotels in Kuala Lumpur implemented strict pest control measures. These measures however are not enough as they are often unable to control the infestations. The authorities in Malaysia are taking serious actions to combat these infestations but they need to be more effective. In our view, the most effective way to reduce or eliminate severe pest problems in Kuala Lumpur would be to introduce regulations covering all major pests.

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This would not only make controlling severe pest problems in Kuala Lumpur easier but also ensure that the authorities have a comprehensive and enforceable policy in place to deal with any future outbreaks of any major pests. Currently we know that these insect infestations can lead to a loss in income for hotel and property owners if the infestations are not handled effectively. Recent studies have shown that the income of hotels and commercial property can fall by up to 20% due to severe pest problems in Kuala Lumpur. In addition, these problems can also mean delays in opening new projects.

In our opinion, a complete overhaul of the pest control industry in Malaysia is necessary if the authorities wish to take control of the current outbreak of severe pest problems in Kuala Lumpur. The current pest control measures being implemented might be sufficient to control the local problem but they will not be able to curb the infestations that occur outside the city. Without a comprehensive plan, the authorities will not be able to reduce the scope of severe pest problems in Kuala Lumpur. For this reason, we believe that the introduction of a policy across the board will be the most effective course of action. Not only will it help eradicate existing pest problems but will also allow the authorities to better regulate pest activity both inside and outside the country.