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Old 26-05-2017, 05:56 PM
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Default Pest control at work

Hello - I wasn't sure wherein to place this & can't locate any threads which mainly deal with this. would truly price a few advices from each person who's been in a similar scenario.
I simply found that the building where I work uses lethal mouse traps. there's one within the kitchen which I see whenever i am going in there. i have requested our facilities branch to look at humane options, but I don't know whether or not i will be able to make any difference. It likely appears a very small and frivolous trouble to them. I work in a massive constructing (of 800 human beings) and in pretty a corporate environment so it is very tough to get anything changed.
all people got any hints or appropriate arguments i can use to convince company-minded non-vegans that it is really worth their even as to spend greater money and time on converting their pest-manipulate methods? (after I placed it like that it appears not going, however I live in desire!)
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