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Whether you represent a municipality, a mosquito abatement district, or county and state entities, you are responsible for protecting the private citizens from a variety of threats, including mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are undoubtedly a nuisance, but their ability to spread dangerous viruses also makes them the deadliest species in the world.
One of the most effective ways to limit mosquitoes is an integrated management (IMM) program that achieves lasting control by targeting mosquitoes at every stage of their lifecycle. Vector control programs are dynamic and customized for each public entity, but they are all built on modern surveillance technologies, public education, and the newest available research on vector biology.
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Mosquitoes are one of the most adaptable insects on earth. This versatility can be attributed to their ability to reproduce in almost any natural or man-made body of water, whether that’s the cove of a stagnant pond or a small puddle in the sidewalk. By fully understanding the life cycle of these vectors, we can achieve safe and effective control.
Mosquitoes are responsible for more than one million deaths each year by transmitting dozens of vector-borne diseases like West Nile Virus, chikungunya, Lyme disease, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever to humans and animals. As we learn more about these diseases, we can continue to develop new approaches for safety and prevention.
Public education is an important component of an effective IMM program. Mosquito control professionals can establish substantial control over mosquito populations through surveillance and pesticide applications, but these programs are most successful when supported by the efforts of private citizens. See how you can help.
Mosquitoes are often viewed as a local problem, but without proper management growing mosquito populations can have wide-spread consequences. That’s why state and federal agencies offer municipal and county entities grants and funding assistance for mosquito control. We can help you learn more about this process.
When you partner with VDCI, you access the technical experience of our entomologists, biologists, environmental health, and mosquito control professionals. No matter the level of assistance you require, your mosquito management program will be supported by a foundation of cutting-edge science, research, and technology.
Should you have any questions about your existing mosquito control program, or if you are considering establishing one, Vector Disease Control International (VDCI) is always available at whatever level of assistance you desire. Contact the professionals at 800-413-4445 for all of your mosquito control needs.
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.