Government Partners in Mosquito and Tick Management
Protecting Public Health with Community Partnerships Across the United States
Vector Disease Control International (VDCI) takes pride in providing municipalities, mosquito abatement districts, county, and state entities with the tools they need to run effective vector management programs.
Our industry professionals offer supplemental services to existing mosquito or tick surveillance and control efforts as well as extensive experience in operating comprehensive Integrated Mosquito Management (IMM) programs. Our team has also played an integral role after hurricanes, major flood events, increased disease activity, and other emergency response events. We are determined to protect the public health of the communities we serve.
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We Listen to the Unique Needs of a Community
VDCI is a company built on the foundations of public health, ethics, professionalism, and technical expertise. We are committed to protecting public health through excellence in vector control. We establish vector management programs that understand the unique environments and species within each community. Our approach is based on an understanding of the underlying vector's ecology and rooted in the current science of environmentally sound control measures. Establishing a strong vector management program should be a part of every community's public health planMosquitoes in Your Community? Let's Talk.
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The VDCI Blog is a Great Resource!
Our team of entomologist, biologists, environmental health specialists, and vector management experts have created several articles to provide you with basic information as well as articles that may help you navigate challenging mosquito or tick management needs in your community. We encourage you to visit our blog page and click below to receive future articles as soon as they are published. We are here to help.
- Best Practices in Vector Management
- Vector-Borne Diseases
- Mosquito Species