Intervention in remote regions
It is at the end of the 1980's, north of the 47th parallel, that the first biological control programs started. That is how workers from the James Bay construction sites had a better quality of life over the course of the summer. In the following years, it has been agreed that a biological biting insect control program would have to be part of the services provided when establishing a new construction site. Nowadays, biological control programs are an integral part of mining and hydroelectric projects in the North.
Remote region interventions
The positive impact of biological biting insect control programs is a concrete reality in many municipalities and worker camps which enjoy the benefits of our services. The nuisance caused by mosquitoes and black flies in northern environments can quickly become a plague which impede or limit all kind of outdoor activities or work. Municipalities and communities that implanted control programs quickly saw the benefits. Operating companies that maintain worker camps are proud to offer a work environment where it is possible to attend to your tasks without having to fight swarms of voracious insects. The quality of life in worker camps is the main concern and acts directly on the retention and productivity of human resources. The establishment of biological biting insect control programs was accomplished on many occasions for Hydro-Québec and the SEBJ, with an efficient biting insect nuisance reduction:over 80% for the first year of treatment.
G.D.G. Environment has an air fleet and the expertise to intervene in remote regions devoid of easy access. The company also offers other aerial services adapted to the North, such as revegetation / seeding / aerial fertilization of drained banks and disrupted environments.