Hopper, The Leader In Environmentally Responsible Pest Management, Offers You Three Options To Choose From
The employees and ownership of Hopper Termite & Pest, understand the vital role we play in protecting our natural resources, as well as the health and property of our valued customers. We take our social responsibility and environmental stewardship quite seriously.
We take our social responsibility and environmental stewardship quite seriously.
In our efforts to meet the needs of our clients and the communities we serve, we offer three environmentally responsible program selections.
Option 1: IPM Green
(Use of Standard Low Impact Materials)
Using Integrated Pest Management (IPM), to eliminate and control pest populations. This environmentally responsible system includes:
Doing a thorough inspection
Making sanitation recommendations
Excluding pests before they get in
The use of mechanical controls, and glue boards
The use of cultural controls (making recommendations like keeping tree limbs and shrubbery away form the property
The use of Biological Controls (Aphids–Pheromones)
The judicious use of low impact materials if and when needed
Educating the customer and Communicating with them
Option 2: Green First Program
(Green Products, including Organic Compounds- w/Low Impact Materials as out first line of defense. Use of standard materials as backup if needed)
Using a selection of low impact materials, as our first line of defense, when applications become necessary and using our standard materials as a back-up. Of course, we will be using other facets of our IPM program to control pest populations, as well.
Option 3: All Green Program
(Use of 100% Green products)
The Unprecedented Margin of Safety, with this program, proves that the plant oils used are regarded as “Generally Recognized As Safe” (GRAS) and/or have been approved for food and beverage consumption by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Additionally, these plant oils target a receptor site that doesn’t exist in mammals.
We will also use the other aspects of our IPM program.
- The customer should be aware that 100% control of pest populations is unlikely with this program and that an acceptable pest tolerance threshold is necessary.