Pest Control & Pest Management – Bug People

our approach

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) ระบบผสมผสาน เพื่อการกำจัดปลวก มด แมลงสาบ ยุง และหนู


our approach

At bug people, we strongly focus on implementation of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) IPM is a pest management approach with the objective to protect human from Pests and Pesticides. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends that pest control operator use integrated pest management (IPM) to reduce pesticide risk and exposure human and environment.

Put simply, IPM is a safer, and usually less costly option for effective pest management in places like house, condominium or apartment, office, hotel, a school community, and etc. IPM program uses common sense strategies to reduce sources of food, water and shelter for pests in your property. An IPM program takes advantage of all pest management strategies, combining the use of bait and pesticides.

IPM action steps:

Step 1: Site inspection to identify pest problem we are facing and to analyze site structure.

Before an effective integrated pest management program can be developed and implemented, it is necessary to know the pest or pests with which we will be dealing. Identification is an integral part of any IPM program. This knowledge enables us to determine what control measures to employ and when, where, and how to employ them. Without a thorough understanding the pest and its habits, habitat, life cycle and biology, we cannot be effective.

Step 2: Employment of two or more control measures

It is at this stage of the pest management process that we see the true integrated approach come into play. The primary objective of an IPM approach is to design a program that uses more than one strategy or control measures. To qualify as a truly integrated program, at least two types of control measures must be employed. There are many types of control measures available to the pest management professional. These measures fall into several general categories based upon how pest population suppression is approached and include habitat modification, changing human behavior, employment of traps, caulks, etc. and pesticide applications.

Step 3: Evaluation of effectiveness

The final step in the Integrated Pest Management process is the evaluation of effectiveness. Follow-up inspections enable the pest management professional to assess and adjust the control measures that have been employed.

All services are to be implemented by certified technician only.

Our certified technicians studied Entomology. They are trained by Ministry of Public Health, Thailand Pest Management Association, and the developing company who invented each specific pest control technology.

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