Why Use Green Pest Control In Minnesota?

Why Use Green Pest Control In Minnesota?

Why Use Green Pest Control?

There has been growing concerns with the practice of routinely using pesticides where we study, eat, work, and play as to whether this is the best approach to controlling pests.  In 1995, Congress defined integrated pest management as “a sustainable approach to managing pests by combining biological, chemical, cultural, mechanical and physical tools in a way that minimizes economic, health, and environmental risks.”

We, as a society, have become increasingly sensitive to our environment and less willing to accept health risks, even very small ones, from contaminants in the food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe or in the buildings we occupy.

These concerns are changing the way we live.  Pest control, too, is changing with the times. What was common and accepted practice a decade ago, is no longer seen as acceptable to many people.  A new approach to pest control has evolved.  It is called integrated pest management or IPM.  It reduces the risks from pesticides and improves the quality of pest control.  A concerned public is asking, and sometimes demanding that IPM be used instead of traditional pest control service, particularly in sensitive sites such as schools, hospitals, and restaurants.

We can handle your entire problem from start to finish, starting with removing animals humanely all the way through repairing their damages and preventing it from happening again. We are flexible to work with and affordable, making the process as easy as possible for you.  We also have technicians whom have extensive backgrounds in construction and/or home repair.

At Minnesota Wild Animal Management, we are experienced and trained with the removal of all your pest or animal problems.

Call Us at Any of These Convenient Phone Numbers to schedule an appointment:
(612) 237-8282
(763) 785-1414
(651) 633 8600
(952) 881-6662

24/7 Emergency Service!

Call (763) 232- 7296 or (612) 237 – 8282 for an immediate response to your pest or animal problems

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