Mosquito Control for Government and Military
Protecting Public Health with Community Partnerships Across the United States
With a promise to improve the quality of human life through the control of mosquitoes and other disease vectors, our treatments are designed with the safety of your colleagues and customers in mind to maximize public well-being while minimizing risk to all life forms except the targeted vectors.
When it comes to mosquito management, VDCI offers so much more than your typical outdoor pest control treatment company. At VDCI, we take a proactive, holistic, and scientific approach to controlling nuisance mosquito populations and help ensure your colleagues and customers are safe from disease-carrying mosquitoes.
Every activity performed by VDCI is entered into our proprietary database for analysis and reporting. Customers are provided with activity reports regularly, depending on their needs. This can be daily, weekly, monthly, and annually. This data helps us optimize our application programs to ensure we are treating them appropriately. Learn more . . .
When mosquito larvae are detected in an area, we use environmentally sound biological products, when possible, to eliminate the problem. And when necessary, non-biological control methods are utilized. Once it has been determined that mosquito populations have reached unacceptable levels or the risk of mosquito-borne illness has become imminent, adulticides are carefully applied in the safest and most environmentally friendly way possible. Our trained applicators use only EPA-approved products and the safest control practices in accordance with national mosquito control standards to control mosquitoes in your workplace. Our advanced spray technology ensures the proper droplet size and accurate pesticide placement. Learn more . . .
VDCI is a leading operator of advanced aerial fleets for adult and larval mosquito control around the country. Aerial applications of EPA-registered insecticides provide more thorough protection across states, counties, and municipalities, particularly when the risk of vector-borne disease transmission is elevated. They allow us to treat areas that are too large, dense, or unstable/hazardous terrain inaccessible to teams in trucks or on foot. Learn more . .