ECO Services provides Integrated Pest Management Services in Pakistan to industrial sector situated in Karachi (including parts of Sindh) and Lahore (including parts of Punjab and adjoining areas of KPK). ECO Services has a established network of workforce to be efficiently deployed in Sindh, Punjab and KPK for IPM services at food processing and manufacturing industrial units.
Our Integrated Pest Management Services in Pakistan are based on establishing management standards which increase the scrutiny and monitoring of the entire industry premises. ECO Services' Integrated Pest Management Services in Pakistan is a scientific approach which focuses on prevention rather than reaction. It is not a one-time job, but spread over a process of continuous digitally assisted monitoring and reporting. Food production or manufacturing sectors require high sanitation standards which are only achievable through proper pest management practices. ECO Services works on building and maintaining physical structures and control mechanism which prevent the causes of pest production or pest access to the vicinity.
For IPM services in Pakistan, our clients have the best experience with most efficient documentation and reporting mechanisms deployed at all sites. ECO Services deploys an efficient network of human resource and obtains data for pest control through digital transfer. Our digital apps efficiently process the data for reporting and further audit requirements. ECO Services’ IPM services in Pakistan have been recognized for its transparency and reliability of data.
The industrial requirements are most dynamic when it comes to delivering IPM Services in Karachi and IPM Services in Lahore.
For utilizing IPM services in Karachi or IPM Services in Lahore, you may easily acquire detailed consultation from our pest control specialists. ECO Services has been successfully implementing Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Services in Karachi and Lahore. Let us be a part of your success journey, experience most effective pest control strategies and let the efficiency of your systems grow further. Reach out to ECO Services at [email protected] or call 0300-0205326
The major types of infestations found at industrial processing units are: Rodents and Insects (crawling and flying). Through Integrated Pest Management, ECO Services maintains a cycle of mechanical, physical and chemical controls depending on ground situation to prevent any pest production or entry inside the vicinity.
The pest control and prevention strategy begins with site inspection in the form of internal and external vicinity surveys. On the basis of the facility survey reports, ECO Services analyses the extent of pest problem and accordingly formulates the service recommendation plan.
Insect and Wildlife Control Program For the control of any wildlife present within or outside the vicinity, which is interrupting the facility's operation, ECO Services applies mechanical traps, repellents, preventive nets to ward off the animals. We also recommend infrastructural improvements in order to secure the facility. This is done after consultation with the facility's management.
Our Rodent Control Program is based on intense monitoring, quality assurance and technological interventions. As part of IPM, rodent control is implemented by taking into account the physical circumstances of the interior vicinity, exterior vicinity and the history of rodent eradication at the particular site. ECO Services is equipped with sound mechanical devices in the form of bait/glue stations, traps and technological methods to track rodent control. In a holistic manner ECO Services comes up with recommendations for the client to maintain a proactive preventive approach towards rodents.
On the basis of regular reporting throughout the year plus an independent intense survey on annual basis, ECO Services generates a risk assessment report with proper categorization of the processing plant in terms of the potential problem areas internally, externally and those areas which receive shipping products. ECO Services determines the risk associated with physical structures, storage practices, manufacturing practices and activities taking place at the plants which can be a potential source of pests. The risk is identified by measuring the number of pest occurrence and reviewing the existing conditions. This Annual Risk Assessment helps the client to overcome those hindrances for maximum pest eradication.