Mosquito Den LLC is the result of decades of designing, implementing, or evaluating, integrated vector control programs against malaria and dengue mosquitoes, Tsetse fly vectors of sleeping sickness, kissing bugs vectors of Chagas Diseases, sand flies, black flies, and filth flies in four continents.
We bring together a selected group of dedicated professionals with an eclectic mix of backgrounds ranging from public health and veterinary entomology, human and veterinary medicine, environmental engineering, physics, and sanitation. We all share a concern:
Our goal is to help our clients reduce or eliminate insects of public health and veterinary importance in the most expedient and environmentally sound manner with tangible results, while keeping our work and our presence virtually undetected.
Our recommendations and strategies are tailored to the specific needs of the client and kept strictly confidential. They are designed to meet or exceed national and international standards and regulations, following recommendations of the World Health Organization, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and the US Environmental Protection Agency or regional equivalent.
Our services include:
We only select environmentally sound and target- specific materials and interventions, and focus our attention on natural or biological materials. Our goal is to reduce or eliminate the target insects while causing no harm to the environment or the people, in a sustainable manner, and with minimum or no outside assistance.
Our environmentally-sound and targeted interventions and procedures are selected based on the clients’ specific parameters and conditions and implemented using the latest available technology to maximize the impact on target insects and cause no harm to non-targeted insects or animals.
Our team is composed of experienced, multidisciplinary experts and trainers with a combined knowledge and experience in the control of mosquitoes and other vectors. We follow the guidelines established by the US Environmental Protection Agency, recommendations of the World Health Organization and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and abide by all pertinent national and international laws and regulations designed to reduce vector populations while protecting the environment.