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AllPro Vector Group releases Environ RTU

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New water-based mosquito adulticide addresses the concern of environmental stewardship by substituting water for oil, company says

| July 11, 2012

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – AllPro Vector Group will release Environ RTU, a new water-based mosquito adulticide for the control of airborne pests like mosquitos, midges and blackflies, the company announced.

Environ RTU addresses the concern of environmental stewardship by substituting water for oil as the inert ingredient, AllPro said.

“Through our formulation technology, we have developed a third generation, stable micro-emulsion that does not fall out of solution,” said Bruce Russell, general manager of AllPro Vector Group. “This allows us to replace the oil with water without sacrificing results.

AllPro said the need for a greener solution to managing mosquitos and vector-borne disease was the motivation for developing the product.

For more information and order inquiries, contact sales@allprovector.com or call 1-888-603-1008

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