Even the work of disinfestation, declined in all its possible aspects, therefore, understood as the removal of birds, deratization, elimination of flying and crawling insects that invade pantries and public places, can no longer ignore the new attention paid to ecology and the environment.
This is a subject that is very important to everyone today and to which attention is now paid in every context and in all the various sectors of production widely understood.
Environmentally Friendly Disinfestation: What Exactly Does It Consist Of?
Well, even pest control makes the typical features of every eco-compatible system its own and it does so primarily by choosing types of products, intended for use, selected with great care.
Those that are preferred by companies that want to direct their work of disinfestation in accordance with the terms of eco-sustainability choose products and solutions with the lightest possible impact on the surrounding environment.
This selective attitude aims to avoid contamination harmful to the flora, fauna, air we breathe, but also for pest control operators who work in the environments subject to intervention.
The latter, in fact, once risked damage to health due to exposure to potentially dangerous substances. Today, however, things have changed dramatically.
Even the way of carrying out a disinfestation treatment has changed significantly: today we prefer a preliminary monitoring in the field more accurate and timely than it took place in the past: it is understood that this way of doing allows you to intervene very quickly at the onset of any type of problem, but with full knowledge of the facts, with knowledge of all the details analyzed during the inspection, so as to avoid the risk of unnecessary and expensive production stops for interventions and / or adjustments related to the environmental risk.
Effective But More “Natural” Instruments
To complete the picture of environmental respect also in the field of pest control, always with a view to an adequate selection of products, is the scrupulous application of the concept of integrated pest management, based on the use of products to ward off, deter or eliminate pests, but also of tools that are as less invasive as possible for our habitat.
In the past, in fact, the disinfestation works were carried out only and exclusively at night, because of the toxicity of the chemical products used.
Today, however, it happens more and more often to see entire staff of companies dedicated to disinfestations even during the day, and if this proves to be excellent in order to remove mosquitoes and rodents, we imagine how it can be useful in the case of a disinfestation intervention aimed at neutralizing larvae and butterflies from basements and kitchens or, however, in the hypothesis of interventions that take place in domestic environments or in public places, such as schools, hospitals, kindergartens.
In these cases, in particular, it is urgent to use products based on natural components, which, after treatment, are able to remove unwanted guests without repercussions for those who live in these environments. The related advantage is certainly to allow the maximum and total respect for nature.
We are very far from using chemical products made for the most indiscriminate uses that once the industry churned out continuously for the disinfestation of houses, huts, chicken houses and gardens, without even taking into account the differences in context and possible damage to people and livestock.
Today, fortunately, is the era of ecological disinfestation … for the benefit of all.