Pest control measures carried out after rat sightings at Alexandra Village Food Centre
Some migrant workers here are using their limited free time to chase passions such as poetry, photography and painting
03 Oct 2017 11:15AM (Updated: 03 Oct 2017 01:12PM)
SINGAPORE: Pest control measures have been carried out at Alexandra Village Food Centre after rats were spotted at the establishment, said the National Environment Agency (NEA) on Monday (Oct 2).
In response to Channel NewsAsia’s queries, the agency said it received two rat-related complaints at the food centre, and has since conducted “multiple inspections”.
“NEA had conveyed our findings, which included rat droppings on top of the exhaust ducting at the food centre and a few burrows outside the food centre, to the town council for their rectification and follow-up.”