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Indoor spaces

Indoor spaces are where rodent populations are feeding mostly within a building or structure that is behind closed doors. Products labeled for indoor use only should not be used:

  • If rodents can move freely into the building from outdoors
  • In open barns or structures
  • In sewers

Outdoors

Outdoors - around buildings includes:

  • The entire building that is being treated
  • The area around the buiding that needs to be treated to deal with rodents that are moving into the building from the outside

Sewers

Sewers are considered to be specialist areas.

  • Only products that say they can be applied in sewers should be used
  • The label will say "Bait must be applied in a way so that they do not come into contact with water and are not washed away"

Open spaces

Typical open spaces include:

  • Golf courses
  • Farmland
  • Outside food stores (e.g. in a field)
  • Parks
An open space is not associated with being in or around a building.

Waste dumps

Waste dumps are considered to be a specialist area.

  • Only products which state they can be used on a waste dump on the label can be used