Pigeon guano is one of the most common complaints that councils, authorities, estates departments receive from staff and the public. Guano, especially dry, is extremely hazardous to health and is something the public should never be subjected to. When dry, the excrement organisms travel through the air which, when inhaled, can result in pulmonary infection/disease. Apart from the obvious health hazards, pigeon guano can cause destructive damage to buildings and structures due to high acid content. SSH employees are highly trained in both safe disposal of guano and the post disinfection process.