Pest control companies are leaving an environmental footprint… This has to stop!

Pest control companies aim to remove or eliminate pest species from the human ecosystem. They suppose that the human ecosystem is somehow separate and removed from the other animal ecosystems, and should remain this way.

There is no thought that there should be a moderate amount of cooperation between man and animal. There is only the idea that man is frightened by a particular species, or unsure how to live well alongside it, and so it must be eliminated.

Unqualified “Professionals”

Relocating species from the human environment is not something most pest control companies are equipped to do, however this is becoming more and more a common service provided. During removals, the pest control companies shine.

They are able to humanely capture snakes, rats and other animals that are often defined as pests. They safely take these animals to a natural habitat and release them, documenting their release for the local officials.

This helps not only the home or business owner, but also helps the animals establish a better population foothold in their natural environment. Their ownership of the land is sacrosanct, and the pest management firm that does relocations is doing the right thing. Support our partners, Bed Bug Exterminator Denver.

Chemicals, chemicals everywhere…

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However, the pest control company that acts primarily as a chemical distribution company is a frightening and powerful group. They are in charge of activities, products and decisions that impact everything from what children eat to the water everyone in a community drinks.

Studies of the impacts of the chemicals used in pest treatment have shown the cancerous and endocrine effects in young and old people, detriment on detriment. There is no reason any entity, governmental, overseen, private or otherwise, should have this kind of power.

Removing pest control firms from their ability to pollute and damage the planet, and from their penchant for destroying the health of human beings, is the role of every one of us. Protecting our animal friends is a significant side benefit. Join our movement today to make sure that pest control practices do not pollute your area and destroy your animal friends.

Why we should not be killing “pests”

When a species is arbitrarily defined as a pest species, there is little that can be done to prevent its ultimate destruction. The cockroach is one of the few species to fall under the threat of humans so completely and to survive with such panache.

Endangered Species

The other species that have suffered and fallen have left human culture and the planet Earth much poorer, and have removed critical environmental resources from our reach. From the wooly mammoth to the endangered water buffalo, and other species that have been lost to time, the human extermination of creatures seemingly knows no bounds.

Whether through over consumption or irritation at the animal’s existence, the removal of the critter is one way that humans prove they are unfit to live in the world.

Are they really “pests”?

Defining what is a “pest” and what is a beneficial species is impossible from a human perspective. Our point of view is too skewed to understand the harsh consequences of removing a part of the ecological chain. The ramifications of a mistake can be devastating.

Additionally, humans are hampered by a moment in time understanding of science. There were species that were classified as pests in past years which are sorely missed today. The manner of management of the animals would be different now, and the definition of the relationship of human to animal would not reach “pest” status.

The human relationship to anything, in fact, requires that the “pest” status be a moment in time definition since the irritation required is not something that’s sustainable.

Depending on the impacts to the life and health of the human population, the Fructoselang Organization supports the separation of some species of animals from the human population. However, we cannot support the elimination or removal of a population from the world.

This half understood, permanent decision is one that could have long term effects on our very existence, and we know we are not smart enough to handle this decision.