Pest control can be defined as the regulation or management of a species defined as pest, a member of the animal kingdom, that adversely affects human activities. If a pest is known to transmit disease, destroy property or cause damage in other ways, there is no question of tolerating that. In such case,  one needs a plan of action to remove them. The most common method of pest control is usage of pest control chemicals. Pest control chemicals are components of pest management systems, which incorporate materials that are designed to be highly effective, to be used at low rates, to be selective in their activity and to have no adverse environmental effects. However, quite often, the chemicals used for the aforesaid purpose are neither safe nor environment-friendly. There are several chemicals that are banned by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and yet they are used rampantly, to earn more profit. Thus before entrusting the responsibility of pest control to any organisation, make sure that they use only those chemicals which are approved by WHO.


The judicious use and management of pesticides is a crucial element of Integrated Vector Management and of nuisance pest control. Sound public health pesticide management covers a broad range of aspects, including evidence-based decision making on the need for and type of control, careful selection of the most suitable pesticide, targeting use of pesticide most effectively in time and space, applying resistance control strategies and last but not the least is the safe disposal of pesticide waste and containers. However, there are certain pesticides which are killing people, wreaking havoc on our environment and harming wild life. Thus usage of certain chemicals in pesticides are strictly banned. Some of them are – Aldicarb, Aldrin, Benomyl, Calcium Cyanide, Chlordane, Carbary, Dieldrin, Diazinon, Endrin, Ethyl Mercury Chloride, Fenarimol, Fenthion, Linuron, Methoxy Ethyl Mercury Chloride, Menazon, Methy parathion, Nitrofen, Phenyl Mercury Acetate, Sodium Cyanide, Trifluralin, Alachlor, Dichlorovos, Phorate, Phosphamidon, Triazophos, Trichlorfon, Thiometon, etc.


With the professional pest controls service, it is possible to ensure a successful and complete elimination of pests. There are several organisations in the market today, who offer pest control services. However, some of them use chemicals which are banned by WHO, to ensure a cheaper rate. While they can be very effective at killing pests, they can do more harm than good because they can be harmful to pets, children and even adults. We, Kolkata Facilities Management Private Limited, is one of the foremost leading Facility management organisations in kolkata and our pest control service is specialised and highly acclaimed in the market. We work with the goal of providing unique, safe and effective pest control not only in Kolkata but also all accross the nation. It is very important to note that we use only those chemicals which are approved by WHO. For our pest control service, our clients do not need to leave the premises and they don’t even need to cover their foods. Chemicals used by us are neither harmful for pets nor for children. We are registered under the West Bengal Government agricultural to provide pest control services and stock and sell chemicals for the same. We are also registered with National Institute of Pest Management. 

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