ContractorPlus Health & Safety Accreditation for our commercial Bird Control works

Eco Environmental Services Ltd are delighted to have been re accredited to ContractorPlus, the web based database of contractors who have been rigorously vetted to ensure their health and safety standards are of the highest quality when undertaking their bird control works on commercial sites.

Working in partnership with Airvent Smoke Control Limited

ECO were asked to bird proof the vents on Building 96 against pigeons and seagulls, using our Bird Net system. Eco's Bird Net system is designed to prevent pigeons and seagulls roosting and nesting on the vents and then dropping into the factory when the vents were opened. The system is one of th…

Eco Environmental Services complete Rumney Primary Health facility for Vinci Construction South Wales

Eco Environmental Services were tasked with installing Bird Deterrent Wires to elements of the scheme where bird roosting would be liable to cause unsightly staining and H&S issues. As one of the last trade packages, Eco have been waiting for the opportunity to get on site and complete the works wh…

Eco Ltd awarded Achilles Link-up Audit accreditation

Many areas of the UK's rail infrastructure, including stations and other buildings, are often plagued by pigeons and gulls. Eco Environmental Ltd is now in the coveted position of being recognised as an official supplier of services and deterrent products to the rail industry.

What do seagulls make their nests from?

"It's surprising what you find in nests associated with gull colonies”, says Contract Manager David Harry. "The nest will be added to each year if not removed, become quite substantial and can easily block drains”.

Seagull hazard at Legoland

Our Office Administrator did just that when she saw that Legoland Windsor had a seagull problem when she was there during a visit with her family. Fortunately, the gulls she saw attacking the Lego ‘twitcher' were also made of Lego. She said: "Look, there's even a seagull problem at Legoland!!”

Seagull attacks on the increase

The online poll has gathered personal experiences from householders, workers and tourists about the aggressive behaviour of seagulls. There are even calls for a Gull Conference in the Bristol area to coordinate a response to the problem.

How does a seagull manage to flood a roof?

Take a look at the photo on the right. It's a herring gull nest, which is 2ft long and 4 inches tall - and it blocks the passage of rainwater to the drain below.

Is this the earliest pair of urban Herring Gull eggs in Wales?

Traditionally, seagulls have been laying their eggs in mid-May but gull breeding has begun earlier over the last few years. The picture on the right was taken on 30th April in Swansea.


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