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Sustainable Pest Management Measures:Innovating for a Greener Future

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Sundarraj Rajaraman, Regional Manager for India & Southeast Asia at Clarke, USA brings a wealth of experience and insights from the pest management space. With a career spanning 3 decades, Sundarraj has witnessed the evolution of pest management strategies and the growing necessity for sustainability in the industry. Clean India Journal explores approaches and sustainable initiatives with Sundarraj and study their transformative potential in shaping a greener future for pest management.

Evolution of Pest Management

Past decades saw significant changes in Pest control Industry. The industry moved from the extermination to Control measures and to the current pro-active management measures keeping the safety of its customers, their products & the environment in the fore front. The transformation saw the industry moving from the hazardous & polluting products to safer, odourless & target specific products and innovative application technologies. In the 21st century, sustainability took the center stage, in line with customer demands on ESG / SDG goals.

ESG Framework

ESG- Environmental, Social & Corporate Governance / SDG- Sustainable Development Goals is the buzz word in the corporate world now. In addition to the financial performance, ESG reporting as mandated by SEBI, helps all stakeholders to view the performance of the corporates holistically and provides win-win approach to Corporates, Investors & Society. Pest management services aligns with ESG Goals by reducing carbon footprints and by promoting safer environments.

Sustainable Initiatives in Urban Pest Management

Latest termite management products align with the GreenPro certification program of several Green field Projects. General Pest Management products with HACCP certification focuses on employee, customer & product safety and helps in easy traceability. Latest Mosquito Management technologies focus on usage of surveillance tools for correct identification of mosquito species & monitoring, usage of Green triangle chemistries for larva control without polluting the water bodies and novel smoke & diesel-free ULV Fogging technology for adult mosquito control without causing air pollution.

Strategies for Success

To excel in sustainable pest management, proactive engagement with ESG principles is crucial. Understanding the client goals and offering tailored solutions are the key. Early adoption of sustainable practices enhances competitiveness and customer satisfaction.

Embracing sustainability now will offer a leadership opportunity. Let us work together to drive a positive change and pave the way for a greener & safer future.

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