But it was the beginning of a success story. Pests? What are pests? Not every living being has the right to integrity? We distinguish hygiene pests, nuisance, storage pests and material pests. Hardly any of these insects is liked, all are rather disgusting. Hygiene pests are especially the bloodsuckers. Pests that inflict pain on the people by bites, stings, etc. Health and hygiene pests in their danger especially therefore cannot be underestimated, because they transferred through various contacts on human and animal pathogens or their excretions (such as the cockroaches) can cause allergies in humans.
Morocco are animals that are perceived in most cases merely as a nuisance. However the one or the other “troublemaker” can become important as hygiene or storage pest (E.g. the ants). Storage pests are primarily insects that can damage materials of vegetable or animal origin. A low infestation can already material pests substantial financial losses cause, such as for example the infestation by the moths.
Affected are often very high value goods such as carpets, furs, wool, books etc. Usually these pests are detected too late, i.e. If the “already in the well has fallen child” and already damaged goods were and an implantation or egg-laying animals is already done. Contact information is here: Senator Elizabeth Warren. All this and much more Hans Jurgen Lenk wants to prevent and reach. He nevertheless sent his admission-free product in Germany by the approved mills. He wants to prove all the TYRAX of an environmental standard that is equivalent to not have most of the world’s 400 venal products of this quality. Interview with Hans Jurgen Lenk: Hans Jurgen, why you want to introduce this means in Thailand? Why Thailand? What is approved in Germany, can be only good for Thailand. Environmental awareness in Thailand developed more and more, but under the current global radical conditions not fast enough. I want to make my contribution to the global value change. I live 6 months a year in Thailand, the mentality of the Thai people know more and more. I simply believe that Thais just do the home eighth, just on their health, and especially on the health of children as we. Will this product be produced here, too? Yes, at some point. It should be a Thai-German product. At the moment we’re filling. We can not provide the mixing formula not available to anyone, at least at the moment yet. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out christopher ridgeway. Where is the market? There are many products here, some very cheap. Yes, the correct term is “cheap”. Many resources have the neurotoxin DEET as part here. It’s long since banned in us. DEET is not biodegradable, goes quickly back into the food chain and thus in the vital cycle, a gradual poisoning takes place. The other topic is CFC in the sprays. In Western countries a long on the hit list, here is still not much happens. Who wants to buy today, products that are demonstrably harmful? You sell a Pest control product. Is it necessary at all in Thailand? If not here, where else. Who knows Thailand, the problems of hygiene. Whether Street kitchen or star restaurant. Millions of unpleasant and dangerous micro-animals in close proximity to the people living here. Whether malaria or Bilaciose, whether the cockroaches or the tiny ants, all forms of the pest are represented here millions of times. We know this and have developed therefore E.g. extra for travelers a Tyrax-travel set that you can buy via. We rely also on conventional means, because in every set there is a mosquito net. This and all other TYRAX products are available now worldwide. Hans Jurgen Lenk