ZebraCide™ 100% natural plant based product for eradication of Zebra Mussels
ZebraCide™ products are minimal risk pesticides, use is governed by individual state authority, inquire if your state is eligible for use.
ZebraCide™ products intended use is for industrial similar use includes piping, heat exchangers, screens, piping, locks, sweeps.
ZebraCide™ products are not sold or shipped without prior confirmation that ZebraCide™ has been registered in the state of destination when required.
Minimum Risk Pesticides are exempt from EPA registration.
Because EPA has determined that certain “minimum risk pesticides” pose little to no risk to human health or the environment, EPA has exempted them from the requirement that they be registered under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act.
Pesticides are required to be EPA registered.
ZEBRA MUSSEL INFESTATIONS ADDRESSED WITHOUT THE ADDING HEAVY METALS, BACTERIUM OR OTHER KNOWN TOXINS THAT MAY HAVE HARMFUL EFFECTS ON HUMAN LIFE, WHEN USING WATER FROM TREATED AREAS
Zebra Mussels Pesticides are whole plant products, where the actions are described as being a mechanical approach. The process is mechanical in that it blocks the internal functions as the result of excessive engorging of the whole plant product by the Zebra Mussels instinctive actions. The inventor thought of it as an internal mouse trap, that blocks the digestive functions. Looking at the process as internal pressures, not unlike a common mouse trap that provides external pressure, stopping normal body functions to occur. Leaving Zebra Mussels Biological Pesticide in an unknown position as being defined as a Minimum Risk Pesticide and acting as a Mechanical Device.
SUCCESSFUL ELIMINATION OF ZEBRA MUSSELS INCLUDES
Four Hours In Closed Cells (Similar To Piping As Seen In Refineries and Nuclear / Coal Electrical Plants)
100% NATURAL PRODUCT PROCESSED
PATENT CLAIMS AUTHORIZED BY UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
FILING OF THE SAFETY DATASHEET (SDS) WITH THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
The Biopesticides and Pollution Prevention Division (BPPD) is responsible for all regulatory activities associated with biologically-based pesticides and emerging technologies. BPPD activities also include work to reduce pesticide risks by promoting integrated pest management and coordinating the Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program.
STOP, ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGES BY ZEBRA MUSSELS, CHEMICAL PESTICIDES AND HEAVY METALS
CONTROL ZEBRA MUSSEL INFESTATIONS USING A NATURAL SOLUTION TO A NATURAL PROBLEM
NATIONAL WATER QUALITY MONITORING COUNCIL HISTORICAL DATA OF 40 YEARS OF HISTORICAL DATA RELATED TO CHLOROPHYLL a LEVELS IN KANSAS LAKES AND RIVERS IS APPRECIATED
Dead Zebra Mussel
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No Pesticides No Chemicals
No Added Metals Such As: Copper, Zinc, Manganese, Cobalt, Strontium, Cobalt
Eliminating & Controlling Zebra Mussel Infestation While Improving The Environment
SAFER, LOWER COST & RENEWABLE
Able To Treat Closed Cells Of Nuclear Plants, Hydroelectric Plants, Processing Plants and Maintain Control Of Zebra Mussels Seems Impossible, BUT IS NOT IMPOSSIBLE
ON SITE DEMONSTRATIONS AVAILABLE WITH SIGNED AGREEMENTS
UNDER AUTHORITY OF STATE REGULATORS