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Pest Spotlight: Mosquito

Pest Spotlight: Mosquitoes

A single bite from a mosquito can transmit major harm. Not only are they irritating and itchy, they can also cause diseases like Malaria, Zika, Encephalitis and Yellow Fever and Dengue. Mosquitoes are a risk you can’t take. Mosquitoes can damage your brand and decrease customer satisfaction. 

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Ecolab Latin America Headquarters
2901 SW 149th Ave., Suite 300, Miramar, FL 33027

Latin America Customer Service
Email: CustomerServiceLA@ecolab.com

Country Phone Number
 Antigua  268-562-8741
 Barbados   246-428-1602 
 Brazil   0800-704-1409 
 Chile  600-241-6600 
 Colombia    57-1-414-2394 Ext. 100 - 102 - 110 
 Costa Rica   506-2436-3900 
 Ecuador   593-2-247-7-528
 El Salvador   503-2221-0069 
 Guatemala   502-2315-1200
 Honduras   504-2559-1756 
 Jamaica   876-926-0750 
 Mexico   1-800-326-2000 
 Nicaragua   505-2244-4470 
 Panama   507-232 8534 
 Peru   51-1-717-6174 
 Puerto Rico  787-796-1290 
 Saint Lucia  758-451-6900 
 Trinidad   868-225-4116
 Venezuela   58-212-263-7878 
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Ask the Pest Expert

Should I consider a mating disruption program for my facility?

Mating disruption is a pest management technique designed to control certain insects by introducing artificial stimuli that confuse the males, disrupt the courtship, prevent mating, and, thus, blocks the reproductive cycle. It is primarily intended as a tactic to keep pest populations low. The first year in which mating disruption is established, fumigation or fogging may be required to reduce pest populations to levels that can then be maintained by pheromones alone.

Organic facilities that cannot use chemicals, or those who wish to minimize chemical applications, should consider a mating disruption program. If your pest population is exceeding your established threshold levels, you should work with your pest management provider to discuss a mating disruption program.

Fun facts about Mosquitoes
Different types of Mosquitoes
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Common Types of Mosquitoes

With more than 3,000 species, it can be hard to know what type of mosquito you're dealing with.
Protecting against Mosquito Bites
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How to Protect Against Mosquitoes

Whether mosquitoes are at the top of the list of invasive pests that invade, they should be of concern. 
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Zika Virus Webinar

Learn the latest facts around Zika Virus, mosquito biology and behavior, and strategies to help reduce risk - keeping your employees, customers and guests safe and healthy.