NOTE: It is an offence to dispose of a wildlife carcass in domestic waste !
Fallen wildlife may result from natural causes, disease, secondary poisoning or more frequently roadkill.
According to a survey from AA Ireland, just under 13 per cent of motorists have been involved in at least one collision with an animal or bird since 2011 with rabbits most likely to meet their maker at the hands of a motorist. The AA survey also found that most motorists’ commute to and from work is the time when they are most likely to hit or run over an animal while most accidents occurred on secondary or minor roads.
In the interest of disease control, biosecurity and preserving public health, ecologica.ie provide a collection and certified disposal service in line with Department of Agriculture, Food & Marine (DAFM) guidelines in Ireland.
While we understand this may be a traumatic experience for you, if you find a dead animal at your family home, workplace or as a result of roadkill. We are there to talk you through this experience. We decontaminate the scene of the fallen animal and ensure the animal is cleaned in a dignified manner with a DAFM approved sanitiser thus ensuring it is free from insects or parasites prior to its final journey.
We are licensed by DAFM, certified by the Royal Society of Public Heath (RSPH) and accredited by BASIS Prompt. Call us for a consultation today or in an emergency call 086 812 0435 or visit ecologica.ie
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