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Innovative Mosquito Control Device Installed at Heifer International; Proprietary Insect Management Technology Designed by IPM Product Manufacturing, Inc.
Little Rock, AR, June 28, 2016 – IPM Product Manufacturing, Inc. (IPM) announced today that its proprietary SolaRidTM insect control device has been installed at the headquarters of Heifer Project International, a nonprofit working to eradicate poverty and hunger through sustainable, values-based holistic community development. IPM’s patent pending combination of sensory technologies is designed to attract and kill mosquitoes and other insects. The area of the unit’s installation, along the banks of the Arkansas River and adjacent to both Heifer International and the William J. Clinton Presidential Library, was chosen as a demonstration site because of the prestige of Heifer International and the device’s proximity to water which is a common breeding ground for mosquitoes and other flying insects.
CONTROL OF ZIKA VIRUS THROUGH A SUPERIOR INSECT CONTROL DEVICE
With the CDC’s recent warning over the danger of the Zika virus, IPM is responding to the demand of national and international governments for effective mosquito control. “We employ a comprehensive technological solution that kills insects without the need for genetic modification or chemicals that adversely affect fish and the wildlife that perform positive functions in nature”, according to Randy Sasaki, CEO of IPM Product Management, Inc.
Both the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the American Mosquito Control Association (AMCA) advocate using an “Integrated Pest Management” strategy of mosquito control, consisting of an ecologically based approach that involves complementary interventions used in combination for eradication. IPM’s integrated insect control unit works within that construct by using light, sound and smell as multiple attractants while leaving local culture and ecosystem functions undisturbed and without needlessly broadcasting pesticides into the environment, which affect mosquitoes and non-targeted beneficial insects alike.
IPM’s SolaRidTM insect control device is designed to be more effective than its current competitors thanks to its a. proprietary technology, b. low maintenance and c. durability to run for either 12 or 24 hours each day, 365 days a year.
HEIFER INTERNATIONAL’S MISSION SHARED BY IPM PRODUCT MANUFACTURING, INC.
The mission of Heifer International is to work with communities to end hunger and poverty and care for the Earth. IPM shares that mission and believes that its SolaRidTM innovative insect control solution aids in the care for the Earth. Mosquitoes cause more human suffering than any other organism — over one million people worldwide die from mosquito-borne diseases every year. Not only can mosquitoes carry diseases that afflict humans, they also transmit several diseases that are life threatening to dogs and horses.
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For more information on purchasing the SolaRidTM device, the product technology and/or the Company, please contact: Randy Sasaki at email@example.com
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