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Attention Valued Customers
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Forward Thinking Pest Control
At EHS, we care very much for both our natural and our community environment. Whether it's an unseen danger to our children or the unmet needs of the underprivileged, we believe it is our responsibility to look out for the world and the people that provide our reason to be.
We don't look for credit for these efforts. We only look to inspire others and to let them know there is far more to their patronage at EHS than making us a successful company.
As part of our effort to make the world safer for pollinators and emphasize their importance to it, we created a huge Wildflower Garden in front of our Norwood offices.
When the opportunity came along to help a local homeless shelter with a bedbug infestation, EHS jumped on it. We wanted to demonstrate that society's often forgotten are deserving of the safest methods for pest control and our totally organic products actually work. A bonus was the chance to demonstrate the effectiveness of K9 bedbug inspections, which has huge advantages over human inspection. Follow up inspections and treatments will be done, but all of this is provided to the homeless shelter as a donation by EHS to support the community. The whole project is captured in a short documentary called Caspar Shelter K9/Organic Bedbug Treatment Documentary.
Organic pest control application is provided in EHS' hometown of Norwood, MA, where a popular park and playground with a high level tick and mosquito threat was treated at no cost to the town (Doherty Field Organic Mosquito & Tick Treatment Documentary).