Pest Management Strategy

Posted on Friday, July 31, 2015 by The Royal Mint Museum

Housekeeping duties

One of our Collections Assistants carrying out weekly housekeeping duties
At the Royal Mint Museum, weekly housekeeping is an important part of our duties as collections assistants and much of this activity is aimed to control populations of insect pests. These pests such as silverfish and carpet beetle larvae can cause significant damage to the organic materials within the museum’s collection such as paper, textile and wood. As a large part of the museum’s collection consists of books, documents, framed art and wooden boxed objects we take this threat very seriously.  ..

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