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Which Pesticides Are Safe?

Better Homes and Gardens magazine once stated that the war on bugs shouldn't involve chemical warfare. The sad truth is that most pest control companies have for years, used the strongest materials available to them with little regard for the environment.

American Scientific Environmental Management is an area leader in utilizing reduced impact materials to combat bugs. While no pesticide can be considered non-toxic, or totally safe, there are some alternatives that when used properly have little adverse effect on the environment.

With most new research on pests being focused on "genetics" instead of more powerful chemicals, the future of pest control may very well be in our ability to control insects' growth and reproduction patterns. For now, you can be sure that when American Scientific Environmental Management performs your pest control, our process is scientifically engineered to reduce you and your family's exposure to pesticides. That's why we say that we have a "safer solution" for your pest problems.


Here's a short list:


  • Natural Pyrethrins
  • Diatemaceous Earth Silica gels - Drione Dust
  • Boron Salts - Borid, Roach Prufe
  • Avemectin Badterias - Avert
  • Citrus Extracts - Linalool, Demize, Powerplant
  • Growth Regulators - precor, Archer
  • Insect Batis, Maxforce, Avert, Seige
  • EcPCO products containing hexahydroxyl (tree oils)