Why is Green Pest Control So Important?

August 15, 2013By

Fischer is an industry leader in “green” pest control solutions which are very important to protecting our environment over the long term. Find out why.

Some people are starting to think that the whole idea of “going green” is a bit over-hyped. But not at Fischer Environmental; for our team, respecting the environment is not a gimmick; it is a major responsibility that affects every living being.

Choosing Green Pest Control and Prevention Products

While other pest control companies may go with pest control solutions that make the most economic sense, we focus on factors such as effectiveness, health, and safety. We only utilize products that have been thoroughly tested and proven to be safe for humans, animals, as well as our surrounding ecosystem.

This implies a commitment to following the latest scientific research and advancements in order to provide our clients with the most efficient and noninvasive pest control treatments that will continue to protect them and their homes.

Applying Pest Prevention Treatments Safely

Many health and safety violations occur during pest control applications due to lack of experience and improper training. It is of the utmost importance to make sure that each technician completes a thorough training process in order to understand the safest application practices possible, and to implement rigorous quality control and professional supervision measures to ensure that our customers and team members are not put in any kind of danger.

Communication and Transparency While Serving the Public

Part of this commitment to the environment is our duty to be as open and honest as possible with our clients. Our pest control specialists are always available to address any questions or concerns members of the public may have when it comes to our environmentally friendly pest control services. Whether you want to know more about the materials we use, or our application process, we are happy to provide that information.

Minimizing Waste During the Pest Prevention Process

Providing green pest control treatments is not just about using safe products, but also about reducing waste and recycling when possible. Fischer Environmental has practices in place to best minimize waste and reuse materials when applicable.

Participating in Public Policy

The founders of Fischer Environmental feel so passionate about public and environmental health and safety that we are willing to take a leadership role when it comes to supporting public policy that involves creating responsible laws and regulations that will protect the community and the environment. Even if these high standards require us to work harder, we are honored to go that extra mile for our clients and our community.

The Fischer Environmental Commitment to Eco-friendly Pest Control Practices

Fischer is dedicated to committing both human and financial resources when it comes to meeting our environmental and safety responsibilities. The Fischer board of directors will regularly audit the company in order to ensure that our organization is living up to the high standards of our own Fischer Environmental Principle. We will strive to meet and exceed the local, state, and federal regulations in order to set a superior benchmark when it comes to pest control health and safety.

Not Just Another “Trend”

Fischer Environmental Services was awarded “Champion of the Environment” in 2004 by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A.). Fischer is still one of only five Pest Management Company to receive this prestigious honor out of 18,000 Pest Management Firms in the United States in the history of the E.P.A. In March 2010 Fischer Environmental Services became the first Pest Management Company in the Nation to be awarded the Gold Standard Level by the EPA. in their Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program (PESP).

To learn more about our commitment to eco-friendly pest control treatments, contact us today at 800.391.2565, or you can click here to read more about these services.

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