Possible Risks When Removing Bees.

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Here are some alarming facts about the possible risks of removing bees.

Firstly, we are going to start with something we all love, yes, honey. In the UK our bee colonies are being illegally treated with insecticides to rid them from buildings and other places. We should all be worried about this happening because after the bees are dead, others come foraging to steal the dead bees honey, which then gets it into our food chain! But also it kills other wild bees and beekeeper-ed bees.

Other swarms of bees will re-colonies the area many times and all die until the insecticide wears off, then you end up with bees back in the same place. For using insecticides you can get fined up to £25,000.

Apart from insecticide contaminating honey which could potential end up on your toast. What are the other risks to yo, your friend, family or even your property.

To keep things simple we have listed some risks to think about, we guarantee these wont be a risk with us!

  1. Working at height
  2. Asbestos in buildings
  3. Stinging bees
  4. Foraging Wasps
  5. Honey damage
  6. Falling materials
  7. Falling equitment
  8. Wrong access used
  9. Bees swarming in to the house
  10. Bees recolonise the same area
  11. Drains collapsing with heady equipment
  12. Overhead cables
  13. Wiring in hidden places
  14. Weather conditions
  15. Insurance cover
  16. Using a naked flame in buildings
  17. No competent labor
  18. Work not being finished leaving the job open to water damage

so lets start taking bees seriously.

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Did you know that…

Morgan Freeman converted his 124 acre Mississippi ranch into a bee refuge. He hired a gardener, filed acres with clover, planted hundreds of flowing trees, purchased 26 hives and  has turned himself into a beekeeper.