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In the second case of its kind this year, a timber treatment firm, NL Damp-proofing of Kidwelly, has been convicted under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 of damaging a bat roost in a house in Carmarthen. The Act obliges anyone wishing to get rid of bats from a house to seek the Nature Conservancy Council's advice. More than 5,000 cases have been resolved since 1982, but the firm used a product containing lindane, which is lethal t

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