With spring I had a few wasps take up home on the plastic garbage can by the garage just under the handle. They didn't bother me and I didn't bother them so I left them alone. The can they chose was for recycling and I haven't needed it much the past few weeks, but they stung me twice this week so I got rid of them. When I do need the can for pick up I dont want them attacking the garbage people so it was time for them to go. But I dont like having poisons around and I didn't want to kill them, so I googled natural ways of removing wasps...and this worked. I put some folded up paper into a brown paper shopping bag and hung it on a nearby tree. They left... Apparently wasps dont build nests within ~200 ft of other nests and the paper bag tricked them into thinking they had neighbors. I didn't even do a good job disguising the bag, I made it roughly oval but it still looks fairly square and I set it in some branches cuz I didn't want its weight suspended or the bag might tear away from its anchor. I removed their nest with a screwdriver and there was no sign of them. Amazing! Apparently this'll work just about anywhere, even if they're hiding inside the walls of a house. Just hang a bag nearby and they'll leave.