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    Our Concerns Progressive Pest Management Ltd


Progressive Pest Management Ltd. is engaged to improve health and hygiene of the urban society. It has a wide range of products and services for management of pest, appropriate sanitation, disinfections and water purification for household, commercial and industrial application.

  Alta ( Deltamethrin)

Deltamethrin belongs to a class of insecticides known as synthetic pyrethroids. Synthetic pyrethroids are man-made insecticides created to mimic the chemical properties of the naturally-occurring insecticide pyrethrum, which comes from the crushed petals of the Chrysanthemum flower. Synthetic pyrethroids, like deltamethrin, are often preferred to the real thing as an active ingredient because they offer the added bonus of remaining effective for longer periods of time.

The technical grade deltamethrin comprises of eight stereomeric esters (four cis and four trans isomers) of the dibromo analogue of chrysanthemic acid, 2,2-dimethyl-3-cyclopropanecarboxylic acids. Deltamethrin is extensively used as an ectoparasiticide in animals and as insecticides in crop production and public health programme. [1] Some of the toxic actions of deltamethrin have been reported earlier,[1] but reports on tissue residue level and effects after repeated daily oral administration on cytochrome P450, cytochrome b5, antioxidant status, blood biochemistry and histology of some tissues in rats are scarcely available. It has been recorded that the vehicle has a great influence on the LD50, probably by influencing absorption. The oral LD50 values of deltamethrin for rats were 52 mg/kg (in peanut oil) and 67 mg/kg (in polyethylene glycol 200).

Mosquitoes are still one of the insect groups in the world because of the diseases they carry and transmit, such as malaria, dengue, filarial disease that has seriously burdened with significant morbidity and mortality. Cockroach and Flies is also a burning question of sound health and environment

  Roma( bromadiolone)

Bromadiolone is an odorless, yellow-white to off-white powder. It is the active ingredient in many rodenticides. Bromadiolone formulations include baits, mini pellets, paraffin blocks, tracking powders, concentrates, and dusts.

Bromadiolone falls into the class of rodenticides known as anticoagulants. Most rodent control today utilizes anticoagulant rodenticide baits. Anticoagulants cause death in rodents by disrupting the normal function for blood-clotting, resulting in death from internal bleeding. Death is delayed; within 3 to 10 days after feeding begins.

In Bangladesh rodent that means rat, mouse has a great impact on agriculture, in average fifteen (15%) percent of total production is destroy every year by rodent which causes a great effect on our GDP and GNP. Consciousness and proper utilization of pesticide would be a solution.


Every year, insect pests threaten the world's food supply, as well as our homes, our health, and the livelihoods of growers. Because insects have a remarkable ability to adapt to or tolerate environmental pressures, as well as an ability to tolerate or resist management strategies, scientific development must also adapt quickly and effectively to provide sustainable tools to manage insect pests. Insecticides such as chlorpyrifos have played, and will continue to play, an important role in a sustainable insect management strategy.

Chlorpyrifos is a broad-spectrum organophosphate insecticide. While originally used primarily to kill mosquitoes, it is no longer registered for this use. Chlorpyrifos is effective in controlling cutworms, corn rootworms, cockroaches, grubs, flea beetles, flies, termites, fire ants, and lice. It is used as an insecticide on grain, cotton, field, fruit, nut and vegetable crops, and well as on lawns and ornamental plants. It is also registered for direct use on sheep and turkeys, for horse site treatment, dog kennels, domestic dwellings, farm buildings, storage bins, and commercial establishments. Chlorpyrifos acts on pests primarily as a contact poison, with some action as a stomach poison. It is available as granules, wettable powder, dustable powder and emulsifiable concentrate.

The EPA has established a 24-hour reentry interval for crop areas treated with emulsifiable concentrate or wettable powder formulations of chlorpyrifos unless workers wear protective clothing. Chlorpyrifos is toxicity class II - moderately toxic. Products containing chlorpyrifos bear the Signal Word WARNING or CAUTION, depending on the toxicity of the formulation. It is classified as a General Use Pesticide (GUP).