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whatever kills

Where

we work

We’re working with local communities, government bodies and NGOs in Asia and Latin America to revolutionize how to prevent public health emergencies caused by mosquito-borne diseases. 

Our traps are the most ideal and cost effective solution to outbreak scenarios all around the world. 

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Asia

Bangladesh

Square Pharmaceuticals

India

India Health Fund

Pakistan

Ministry of Health

Where we're registered for sale

Americas

Brazil

Government of Brazil

Fiocruz

Brazil

Trinidad & Tobago

Samoa

Bangladesh

Pakistan

Expected Registrations

USA (Fall -2020)

Mexico (2020)

Jamaica (2020)

Third Party Mosquito Killing and Egg Killing Studies

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  1. Biotraps Small Cage Studies

  2. Effective against Aedes & Anopheles  (Zika, Dengue, Yellow Fever, Malaria)

  3. Effective up to 4 Weeks

  • 0% Egg hatching or adult Emergence from Biotraps (Any Genus including Culex, Anopheles, and Aedes)

Biotraps are Biodegradable Lethal Ovitraps

Biotraps ARE lethal ovitraps

  • Lethal ovitraps are already a proven method for mosquito control

  • Major difference is Biotraps container is made of 100% recycled paper + waterproof additive

  • Biotraps do not need to be ‘recharged’ & will leak out before insecticide wears off

    • Advantage compared to plastic traps – requires minimal training and logistics

    • Set it and forget it approach

    • Just add water – No expertise or written instructions required (benefit for areas where literacy is low)

    • Water can be any fresh water source – wells, rain water, rivers, streams

  • Entire inside landing area of trap can be coated with insecticide

    • No need for secondary chambers or landing strips

  • Biotraps are 10-20x less expensive compared to others 

Common ovitraps used in recent mass-trapping campaigns: (A) standard (500 mL) lethal ovitrap (LO); (B) National Environmental Agency Singapore sticky ovitrap (SO); (C) MosquiTRAP sticky ovitrap (SO); (D) Biogents Gravid Aedes Trap (GAT); and (E) Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Autocidal Gravid Ovitrap (AGO).1