Vector Control

Protect, Conserve.

Our goal is to control pests!
Our aim is to increase quality of life!
Life with comfort and quality requires first and foremost a healthy environment.
It would be selfish to think just about human life while controlling pests.
We should not forget millions of other lives which are present in our environment.
Most of this life diversity perform activities beneficial to humans.
Let us protect our environment while we protect ourselves from pests...
Nature does not belong to us,
we belong to Nature...
Think again for tomorrow...

Entomologists estimate that there are over 800,000 species of identified and named insects. The entire plant kingdom is thought to comprise 400,000 - 500,000 species. While the vertebrates are represented with only 50,000 species in the animal kingdom, the number of invertebrate species is estimated to be about 20,000. As such, insects make up more than half of the 1.5 million living organisms thought to exist on our planet.

Of the 800,000 described species of insects, only about 8,000 are harmful for humans and plants. Harmless or harmful, all the insects are crucial for maintaining the natural balance. Beneficial insects and the balance of nature should be preserved in the fight against harmful insects.

Uninformed and unconscious fight against insects may harm beneficial insects as well as plants and may in fact increase the harmful population.

Protect for ecological balance.

Harmful insects have been a threat to the health of humans, animals and plants since the early ages. A large number of infectious diseases like malaria, dengue fever, West Nile virus, CCHF disease, Hantavirus, the plague, etc. can be turned into epidemics by pests and rodents with high vector potential. The focus should be on combatting vector-borne diseases rather than medically treating the large number of infectious diseases. Mosquitoes, houseflies, cockroaches, gnats, ticks and rodents continue to pose serious threat against humans, animals and plants like they have in the past.

Conserve for a healthy life.