Insects of sanitary importance

Insects of sanitary importance infest living areas, workspaces, and production areas. They carry diseases and can contaminate food and other products. Examples of such insects include cockroaches, mosquitoes, flies, fleas, ants, bedbugs, waspes and ticks. APEL undertakes:

  • prevention measures for obstructing infestation
  • auditing insect presence with the appropriate detection devices
  • insect control applications
Insects of Sanitary Importance
Insects of Sanitary Importance
Insects of Sanitary Importance