Integrated Mosquito Control Services, Tick & Vector Management & More
From Public Education, Disease Prevention & Mosquito Surveillance to Emergency Response
Explore our service offerings below or contact the experts at VDCI today to discuss your vector-borne disease control and management needs.
VDCI is dedicated to protecting public health by providing clients with a broad range of vector control services. We offer integrated mosquito and tick management programs and services with a focus on utilizing environmentally sound control measures.
Our proactive approach to preventing and controlling dangerous vector-borne diseases and our proprietary database for analysis and reporting, coupled with the technical expertise of our team, makes VDCI an experienced and reliable partner. We also pride ourselves on being the leading provider of emergency response mosquito control services in the wake of natural disasters and disease outbreaks.
Integrated Mosquito Management
By understanding the local population, via surveillance efforts, identification, and disease testing, you are taking a proactive approach to prevent and control mosquito populations.
Integrated Tick Management
On one level, ticks are a basic nuisance. On a higher level, they are the principal arthropod of vector-borne diseases in North America. For this reason, it is vital to take a proactive approach to prevent and control serious tick-borne diseases such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, ehrlichiosis, and babesiosis.
We are the leading aerial application service provider for both adult and larval mosquito control. Due to the complicated nature of these applications, very few companies possess the experience and capability to handle aerial larval and adult mosquito control without subcontracting to another provider.
Our team can help your community create an emergency response contingency plan for mosquito control efforts after a hurricane, major flood event, or increased disease activity.
Lake and Pond Management
There are many techniques for reducing the number of mosquitoes that breed around your waterbody. Stocking minnows, biological larvaciding, planting cattails or beneficial plants, and installing an aeration system are just a few of the many options.
Grants and Funding
Contacting Public Health Agencies and Public Health Officials in your state can be a great resources for discovering a vector control grant. Once you’ve located an opportunity to secure funding, the experts at VDCI are experienced to assist in writing grants or other requests that will have a high level of success for securing the funds for your community.
Understanding how to properly eliminate mosquito breeding habitats and take personal protective measures is critical. Educating the public empowers people to take control of the mosquitoes breeding in their community.
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Since 1992, Vector Disease Control International (VDCI) has taken pride in providing municipalities, mosquito abatement districts, industrial sites, planned communities, homeowners associations, and golf courses with the tools they need to run effective mosquito control programs. We are determined to protect the public health of the communities in which we operate. Our mosquito control professionals have over 100 years of combined experience in the field of public health, specifically vector disease control. We strive to provide the most effective and scientifically sound mosquito surveillance and control programs possible based on an Integrated Mosquito Management approach recommended by the American Mosquito Control Association (AMCA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). VDCI is the only company in the country that can manage all aspects of an integrated mosquito management program, from surveillance to disease testing to aerial application in emergency situations.