When NYS, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Bureau of Pesticides removed the term "extermination" and replaced it with "pest control," it set a precedence where the expectation of the delivery of the pest service industry and the buying public was reduced.
In response to these new set of substandard pest control procedures, EPA instituted the pest industry standard Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to control pests. The goal of pest control was the limited use of pesticide and the increase use of other methods of physical and other methods to control insects and rodent pests.
This temporary quick fix is designed to repeat service limited treatment to pacify the pest problem, not eradicate them. The buying public never finishes having pest situations while they continue paying for a lower treatment standards.
KOJOS enhanced the pest industry standard, IPM, by taking into account many components necessary to eliminate most pest infestation conditions. The concept of strategies, procedures, and thinking outside of the box has led to the introduction of Integrated Pest Elimination Services (IPES), where construction, constructing, moving and cleaning techniques are used to enhance the IPES performance level.
IPES embraces the best of IPM, while innovating several of its procedures to reach a 0% population or complete pest eradication, while providing a Six (6) Months Limited Written Guarantee on the service performed,
Where pest industry uses IPM to pacify its pest reduction goal, IPES gives its customers $olid $olutions that lead to permanent satisfaction.
KOJOS functions as a small game hunger while organizing the pursuit of pests as does Special Forces. Once every pest is killed either within an apartment, private house, building or ground, new pests must be introduced from an outside source.