Monitoring program steps
After our experts visit the area, we will determine and map all potential development sites for biting insects. This step allows us to identify in the laboratory which types of insects are harmful, and is the first step in effective treatment.
Our team is always available to answer your questions. We are committed to taking the time to explain how our operations work and will put a wide selection of tools at your disposal to keep you up to date on subjects of public interest.
Depending on the area and spaces to be treated, all work is done between spring snow-melt and the end of the summer. Our team is expertly trained to ensure treatments roll out effectively without disturbing your spring and summer activities.
In collaboration with our clients, we will conduct nuisance tests in order to validate and optimize the quality of our controls. You can reach us at any time should you have questions about current or past treatments.
In order to offer you the best possible service, we will provide you with a global look at all operations undertaken at the end of each treatment. This level of quality control allows us to conduct work to your full satisfaction.
The quality of life for residents of Kanata North has been impacted by significant populations of “nuisance” mosquitoes. Kanata North Ward is surrounded by major wetlands...Read more
Kanata North complementary project
The Kanata North biological mosquito control program is accompanied by an ecological impact study involving a collaboration between GDG, the University of Ottawa and the City of Ottawa...Read more