Our Services


General Disinfestation/vector control.

Prophylactic/Surface Treatment.

Curative Treatment (Fumigation)

Termite Treatment.

Wood Borer Treatment.

Rodent Control.

Commercial Pest Management.

Weed Control

Birds Control.

Honey Bee Control.

Evaporation Control.

Sterilization Treatment

Tank Cleaning


Dairy/Poultry pest Management

Consultancy in warehousing.



1. General Disinfestations 


Under this treatment we use to spray the premises from inside & outside with a   selective chemicals for an effective control of house hold pest like Mosquitoes, Cockroaches, House Flies, Bed Bugs, Rats and other crawling insects which not only affect the surroundings but also act as a vector to spread various types of disease. This treatment is echo friendly and does not have any harm on the members as well as the beneficiaries.


2. Prophylactic/Surface Treatment


This treatment is given on the peripheral surface of the bagged grain as well as on the inner four walls & floor of the storage structure to check the cross infestation of stored grain pests from one place to another. This also controls the existing infestation and avoids further deterioration in quality as well as in quantity. Generally contact insecticide which are available either in EC (Emulsifiable Concentration) and WP (Wettable Powder) are used for prophylactic treatment with required concentration and periodicity (Generally every fortnight). With the development of residual insecticides the frequency of treatment can be enhanced to monthly.


3. Curative Treatment: (Fumigation)


Fumigation is generally defined as a chemical treatment in which the chemical can exist in a gaseous state in sufficient concentration to be lethal to a given pest organism at a required temperature and pressure. Fumigant may be applied as gas (Hydrogen Cyanide and Methyl Bromide), as a solid which will evolves as gas (Aluminum phosphide and Magnesium phosphide) hydrogen phosphide i.e. Phosphine or as liquid (Ethylene-di bromide carbon tetra chloride).


4. Termite Control


a. Pre Construction Anti Termite Treatment: IS: 6313: 1981-1991 (Part II)


As per the Indian Standard Specification the above treatment is undertaken in five different stages as the construction work progresses. Which are as under –



Bottom and sides of trenches


Backfill in immediate contact with foundation


Junction of wall and floor


Top surface of plinth filling


External perimeter of building


b. Post Construction Anti Termite Treatment: IS: 6313: 1981-91 (Part III)


Under this treatment the site will be treated as under-



Drilling/Trenching will be done along with the outer periphery of the building and the same will be filled with termiticide solution of required concentration.


Drilling will be done along with the inner periphery of the building and the same will be filled with termiticide solution of required concentration.


Drilling will be done on recommended distance to the existing wooden structures of the building.


Spray will be done on new wooden structures, if any.


Spray will be done on the walls of the building.


c. Wood & Furniture treatment


The most damaging animals that attack wooden structures are the termites. The beetles are the next most important group of insects, which attack wood. There are 2 kinds –

Those that will re-infest the wood they have emerged from until the wood can no longer be used and must be replaced.

Those that emerge from wood after it has been milled and installed for whatever use it was intended, but for one or another reason can not attack the same piece of wood again.


5. Rodent Control


Generally the rodents are described as commensal, field, urban, domestic and wild on the basis of their relations with man. They belong to class mammalia, order Rodentia and family Muridae.
They are very sensitive to light, smell and noise. They posses remarkable capacity to adjust themselves to any environmental condition and run about seeking food during any part of the day or night. Rats always like to run next to wall or the runways.

Rodents not only feed on grains, but contaminate 20 times more than what they consume, with their urine, hairs, faces and even some times with their own dead bodies. The estimate of food grains losses by rodents in our country ranges from 2-4 million tons to 26 million tons every year.


6.Weed Control


Weed control is nearly always designed to prevent or suppress the weed infestation. Eradication is attempted only in regulatory weed program is in relatively small, confined areas such as greenhouse or plant beds.
Be sure that the plants are not susceptible to weed control i.e. Herbicides, generally, the more similar the desirable plant and the weed species are to one another, the more difficult is the weed control. For example broad leaf weeds are usually more difficult to control in broad leaf crops and grass weeds are often difficult to control in grass crops.
A plan to control weeds may include: Biological control, Cultural control, including sanitation, Chemical control, Integrated weed control


7. Birds Control


The birds not only damage the food grains in fields but also damage the stores appreciably (both qualitatively and quantitatively). Average consumption by birds’ ranges from 8-25 gms. Per day.

Besides eating grains in the field and godowns, they are also responsible for spoilage, contamination with excreta, feathers and dead bodies. Some of them are responsible for spreading diseases. They also create nuisance by producing variety of unpleasant sounds and also create unhygienic conditions in and around the warehouses, stores, and buildings etc. Therefore it is essential to control the birds just to eliminate the losses caused by birds.


8. Honey bees Control


The distribution of honeybees is not limited to our country, but it occurs all over the world. They are social insects and live in large colonies. They build combs of wax, secreted as a secretion from ventral wax plates of abdomen, which solidifies in contact with the air. The combs are fixed on the under surface of some support, hanging downwards and are made up of cube series of hexagonal cells, which are jointed back to back and open sideways. The comb serves as a storehouse of honey and a cradle for the young ones.


9. Evaporation Control


The meteorological report say that there is sever drought conditions occurs once in ten years and semi drought conditions once in three years.
In drought conditions, which occurs every third year people are forced to suffer from water scarcity. This scarcity results in extremely inconvenient and miserable life to the people affected and an additional expenditure of enormous money and resources. By adopting the evaporation control we can save 30% to 35% more water than available. Looking into million and million liters of water saving and the benefits people enjoy at the cost works out to be negligible


The various trials conducted in the state of Maharashtra & Gujarat by respective Governments has shown very encouraging results in the form of reduction in the evaporation by 29% to 32%.


10. Sterilization Treatment


Sterilization is the most important pre operative operation and can be achieved with the chemical having broad spectrum of anti – microbial activity. This treatment is used in operation theaters and pharmaceutical plants for creating an antiseptic atmosphere. The dense fog of the chemical penetrates the most inaccessible places to destroy the microorganism. The whole operation can be completed within 6 to 7 hours thus ensuring low-shut-down time.


11. Tank Cleaning

GPM Hygiene Services provides tank clean system. An establish scientific solutions to clean & disinfected water storage tanks. Owing to neglect, water storage tanks can be breeding ground for bacteria, pollutants and dirt. It is the point of entry for water-borne dieses into your home/origination. Clean and hygienic potable water a universal need, the tank clean system addresses the demands of a wide customer base.       Read More>>


10. Landscaping


13. Dairy/Poultry pest Management


In olden days our country was recognised as “Sone ki chidiya” it is evident from the saying of that time that “Dudgh Dahi ki Nadia Bahati Thi” , but this status has changed with the time.       Read More>>


14. Consultancy in warehousing,


The constant growth of the world's population requires substantial resources for the production of food. Post-harvest activities have an important role to play in achieving this objective.


Inadequate storage methods in developing countries still lead to losses in food of an unacceptable degree.        Read More>>

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