Public Health

Our approach makes public health management more sustainably effective by reducing chemical usage and labour, and eliminating environmental contamination.

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Water application (Controlled release)

Pest control or sanitation actives are encapsulated in a matrix tablet that is applied to a body of water for time-released, measured delivery

 

Water bodies and water drainage systems are prone to pest infestations and pollution, leading to diseases and environmental degradation. Conventional methods of control involve pouring or spraying pesticides into the water, but this approach only offers short term effects while contaminating the environment and harming wildlife. Our approach ensures minimal dosage to achieve maximum results and these proven benefits:

 

  • 90% reduction in actives consumption

  • reduction in application frequency

  • overall cost reduction

  • Elimination of leaching of actives into the environment

  • Reduction of labour but increased efficiency

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Water application (Fast release)

Actives are encapsulated in a fast release matrix tablet and applied to the water body for instantaneous release upon contact with water, as a ready-to-use solution with no need for pre-measurement

 

Current pest control and sanitation procedures often require the worker to manually measure and prepare a liquid solution of the actives prior to application. That process invites measurement errors while putting workers at risk of chemical exposure.

 

In contrast, our solution:

 

  • Eliminates pre-measurement and mixing of chemicals

  • Helps avoid handling of chemicals in powder or liquid form

  • Ensures accurate dosages

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Ambient application

Actives are encapsulated within a membrane film. When applied, they continuously vaporise through the membrane at metered dosages to achieve the required pest control or sanitation effects.

 

Typical pest control and sanitation practices involve spraying of aerosolised actives directly into the ambient space. However, that method delivers only short-term effects, with the risk of releasing excessive actives into the environment. Our approach ensures precise effective dosages over prolonged periods with these significant benefits:

 

  • 300% reduction in actives consumption

  • 300% reduction in application frequency

  • 15% overall cost reduction

  • Elimination of leaching of actives into the environment

  • Reduction of labour but increased efficiency