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EcoRaider RTU Extends Distribution

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Reneotech, Inc., North Bergen, N.J. announced the release of EcoRaider RTU Professional insect killer, designed for the professional market.

| August 18, 2014

NORTH BERGEN, N.J. —  Reneotech, Inc., North Bergen, N.J. announced the release of EcoRaider RTU Professional insect killer, designed for the professional market. The product can be used to control a variety of common pests, especially bed bugs. 

EcoRaider Professional is now available in both 16 ounce and 1-gallon sizes through distributors Univar, Oldham, Pest Control Supply, Pest Management Supply, and Essco.

EcoRaider is a 25(b) exempt product that provides a natural, non-toxic, alternative treatment for PMPs, the company reports. EcoRaider recently announced the results of new Rutgers University research that confirmed EcoRaider’s 14- day residual efficacy.

More information is available at http://www.ecoraiderpmp.com, or contact Michael Correll correllm@ecoraiderusa.com.
 

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