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Rockwell Labs Ltd Celebrates 10 Years at PestWorld; Introduces SeptiTreat

The company's first PestWorld appearance was in 1999. Rockwell also introduced SeptiTreat, a biological septic system treatment.

| November 11, 2009

NORTH KANSAS CITY Mo. - Rockwell Labs Ltd celebrated its 10 year anniversary at NPMA PestWorld in Las Vegas in October. Rockwell was founded by current CEO Dr Cisse Spragins.

Rockwell Labs celebrated 10 years in business at this year's PestWorld show in Las Vegas.

The company’s first public appearance was at the 1999 NPMA PestWorld in Atlanta. The first product, the D-Sect IPM Station, was launched in early 2000. Since that time, the company's range has expanded to some 30 products, including the InTice and InVict range of baits, the InVite range of lures, the InVade range of biological cleaners, and several patented insect stations. Originally stationed in Minneapolis, the home office moved to Kansas City in 2004, where it operates its research and production facility today. “It has been a pleasure and honor to serve the pest management industry for the last 10 years.  I am truly humbled and thankful to all the PMPs who entrusted part of their livelihood to our products, particularly those who took a chance with us early on.  We are also grateful to the pest control distributors who have believed in us and supported us.  You will not be forgotten,” Spragins said.

ROCKWELL LABS INTRODUCS SEPTITREAT. Also at PestWorld, Rockwell Labs introduced its new SeptiTreat with InVade Technology. SeptiTreat is a 100% natural, non-toxic, biological treatment to keep septic systems functioning properly and sewer lines flowing. SeptiTreat contains premium natural microbes that digest organic waste, including fats, oils, and grease (FOG), carbohydrates, proteins, cellulose, and urea and reduce odors.

For an easy add-on sale one 8-ounce bottle of SeptiTreat can be poured into the toilet and flushed. SeptiTreat may also be poured down a drain, followed by about a gallon of water. One treatment is adequate for a typical household on a quarterly basis and makes a great add-on sale to quarterly residential service calls. The product is available through authorized distributors.  For further information, visit www.rockwelllabs.com.
 

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