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Terramera Inks Distribution Deal with Univar

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The partnership will increase availability of Terramera's CIRKIL biopesticides.

| January 11, 2013

VANCOUVER, Canada - Terramera announced it has entered into a distribution agreement with Univar USA to distribute its CIRKL products, recently approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and launched for bed bug and spider control.

The new agreement between Terramera and Univar comes on the heels of Terramera’s product launch of CIRKIL at Pestworld 2012 in Boston. CIRKIL is a biopesticide for combating bed bugs, and is the only product on the market shown effective at preventing egg hatch without requiring direct contact spray, Terramera reports. Distribution with Univar enables Terramera to meet mounting market demand with a solid nationwide presence.
 
“Univar Environmental Sciences is a market leader in distribution of structural?pest control products in North America. Their reputation for quickly meeting PMP needs nationwide with quality products is well known, and consistent with our strategy to lead the industry as a manufacturer of high-quality, effective biopesticide,” said Karn Manhas, CEO of Terramera. "The speed at which this agreement was completed demonstrates market need for biopesticides like CIRKIL that work. We are excited that PMPs will have a great new option on where they can purchase our products with Univar."
 
Learn more at terramera.com.
 

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