Pest control chemicals are designed to kill or repel pests but can also be toxic to people and the environment. Many products contain harmful chemicals that can be absorbed through the skin or inhaled, causing health problems. Some pest control chemicals are also persistent in the environment, meaning they can stay in the soil and water for years after they are applied.
This can lead to contamination of food and water sources and increase the risk of exposure for children and animals. Sustainable and safe pest control methods are available that are less harmful to people and the environment. At Sydney Pest Crew, we only use certified and genuine (non-generic) pest control products, and in addition to this, we will always look for any alternative methods of dealing with a problem. We can protect our families, pets, and planet by using sustainable pest control methods.
Sydney Pest Crew is a sustainable, safe pest control company. Our process is sustainable, and our approach, products and solutions are safe when applied correctly. Being in the industry for as long as we have, our services are human-friendly and safe for your pets. All clients are informed of any precautions prior to service. We strongly encourage you to follow our advice for the safety and well-being of your family, pets and environment.
Every product applied is approved under Australian standards, and all are applied as per the product label and in accordance with NSW Code of Practice and Safe Work NSW, which is your assurance that you will receive quality and safe service. Our team is trained and licensed, and we also cover all our work with guarantees. You can be sure that we will not only tackle the job correctly the first time around but also follow the correct safety protocols.
The technicians are trained to safely and effectively control and eradicate pests using sustainable methods. Sydney Pest Crew has a team of experienced technicians who are certified for all general pest control, bird control, possum control and termite control services under national bodies such as the Australian Environmental Pest Managers Association (AEPMA).