— This informational article by Jerry Cates was first published on 30 April 2019, and was last revised and expanded on 3 May 2019. Copyright Bugsinthenews Vol. 18:05(01)
We live, work, visit and play within complex ecosystems. Those ecosystems are comprised of varied habitats and their associated organisms. The E2M2C™ program monitors, manages and controls a specific ecosystem’s habitats and the organisms it hosts. It does this via professional consultations, client involvement and cooperation, habitat modification, and the deployment of specialized E2M2C™ devices.
All these components work in concert. Within the ecosystems where the E2M2C™ program is deployed, the safe and healthy enjoyment of homes, places of work, and all the scattered nooks where people and their companion pets visit, rest and relax is maximized.
E2M2C™ — A New Paradigm for Human Safety and Comfort…
Within the habitats we frequent are often found a wide range of unfriendly organisms. Some merely annoy, but others bite, sting, or spread disease. These organisms come and go based on a variety of factors, many of which are unique to each ecosystem. When allowed to thrive and get out of control, they can make life miserable for us and our companion pets.
Fortunately, our ecosystems also host a variety of friendly, beneficial organisms that keep pests in check. Besides those that are present naturally, others can be added by man. Natural conditions that help them thrive can be preserved and improved. Further, habitats can be modified, and new habitats can be created to boost an ecosystem’s natural state in a way that magnifies the range and number of its beneficial organisms. Under ideal conditions this can even be done without adding pesticides to the equation.
Maintaining and Improving an EcoSystem’s Natural Health…
The E2M2C™ program works to facilitate the native balance of “good” and “bad” organisms within the ecosystems it serves. As a result, the humans who live, work, visit and play there benefit the most.
In the past, attempts to accomplish this kind of balance came with a higher than normal price tag. That made no sense until we realized that those offering such services followed a model that did not involve their clients in the project. We reject that model.
Our clients become directly involved in the E2M2C™ program. As a result it costs them much less, not lots more. EntomoBiotics Inc. was founded on the philosophy that the only model that we can accept is one that keeps things real, manageable, economical, and effective. No other model will work for us. The E2M2C™ program not only embraces that model, it exemplifies it. Our residential and commercial clients cheerfully attest to that fact.
What This Means to You…
When you find a site where the E2M2C™ program is in place, rest assured. The homeowner, manager, business professional or proprietor responsible for that site cares deeply for the safety and comfort of all who tarry there. Their concern is not mere lip-service, but genuine and sincere.
We don’t deploy this program just anywhere. Those responsible for the day-to-day functioning of the ecosystems involved are active participants in its success. They get directly involved with the program in special ways. By doing so, they become an integral part of the program to ensure it works as intended.
What this means is this: much of what makes up the E2M2C™ program is invisible to the casual observer. What may be visible — e.g., the E2M2C™ devices you can see — are only a small part of the overall E2M2C™ program.
Empowering Nature in Special Ways…
All the various E2M2C™ devices in use with this program — some in plain sight, others unnoticed or out of sight — function according to a comprehensive, science-based plan. That plan is based on the accumulation of decades of environmentally-focused research.
That research, for its part, has been tested and proven through a covey of field trials and evaluations. The conclusions we reached from that work led us to focus on doing everything we could to free up and empower the natural components of each ecosystem in a special way: enabling nature, itself, to work tirelessly for one purpose, to further mankind’s safety and health without causing harm.
Understanding the E2M2C™ Program Devices You Can See…
If you arrived here by decoding the QR code on an E2M2C™ device, please note the serial number in the upper right corner of the device label. The three-letter alphabetic prefix designates what that device does, why it is there, and how it works.
Now notice the device’s seven-digit numeric serial number. This number is recorded in our database. The database contains historical information that tells us where that device has been in the past. it also tells us where it is supposed to be now. All devices deployed in the E2M2C™ program are serviced on a regular basis. During each service event each device is professionally assayed and sanitized. The assay tells us how well the device is functioning within the ecosystem it serves, and guides the proper re-provisioning of its contents for maximum effect. Sanitizing removes accumulations of environmental contaminants.
Each E2M2C™ program device is physically and digitally secured against unauthorized tampering. A bar-code security label is placed over the keyway of the device’s physical locking mechanism each time it is serviced. The information on this security label is recorded in our database and updated on each servicing event. When you see this security label in place you can be assured the device you see has not been tampered with.
E2M2C™ program devices are never sold to the entities where they are placed, but remain the property of EntomoBiotics Inc. They are serviced, assayed, sanitized, and re-provisioned solely by licensed professionals employed by EntomoBiotics Inc.
Call us at once at 512-331-1111 to report an E2M2C™ device that appears to have been stolen, misused, vandalized, or discarded. Do not disturb, touch, pick up, manipulate, or otherwise handle any E2M2C™ device.
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