The number of “confirmed rat infestations” in Budapest has decreased by about 70 percent since the RNBH Consortium started its activities in 2018, the consortium told MTI on Sunday.
According to the information, the activity of the consortium, consisting of Rovért ltd., a Növényvédő és Kártevőirtó ltd., a Hygiénia ltd. and a Bogármérnökség ltd., was completed on 10 March following a public procurement. The consortium was selected another two-year contract for the rat eradication work through an open tender in 2021, but this year the bid of the consortium led by the former contractor was declared the winner, they said.
The RNBH Consortium stressed in the statement that they had been working continuously to halt and reverse the deteriorating rat infestation levels in the capital since 2012.
“The continuous improvement can be clearly seen from the data of the public tenders for the activity, while in 2020 they calculated 11,000 notifications per year, in 2022 only 8,600 notifications per year, while the number of notifications registered since then is much lower, barely exceeding 6,000, which means that on average 500 notifications per month are expected, compared to between 1,000 and 1,500 five years ago,”
the statement said. They stressed that the activity was being delivered at “an acceptable level of infection, which is exceptionally low by international standards”.
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Glad there was clarity, of the subject matter written in this article.
Otherwise, could have placed it in a Political environment and thought it related to the present Orban led Government of Hungary.
I like the example through dictionary referral of the word Rat.
” a despicable person, especially a man who has been deceitful or disloyal.”
Application of this example relating to the word Rat – to whom I wonder, could it refer?