Norfolk International Airport Removes and Bans Glue Traps

PETA recently contacted Norfolk International Airport in Virginia and asked it not to use glue traps. After learning about the traps, the airport said that its facilities staff and exterminator had collected the remaining ones and that this team will continue to look for glue traps as they perform their daily tasks. The airport’s executive director wanted to find suitable, effective alternatives to glue traps, and his team was able to do that.

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