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N.J.-Based Pest Control Company Using 'Tool of the Future' to Kill Bed Bugs - Instant Freeze Technology is Completely 'Green'
Date:3/26/2009

PARSIPPANY, N.J., March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Bell Environmental Services (BES), a full-service pest management company that's been operating in the New York Metropolitan area for 46 years, has always been on the cutting edge when it comes to their business practices. Bell is one of the few companies using a pest control tool of the future: Instant Freeze, a completely non-toxic and non-chemical procedure helping to eradicate the bed bug epidemic infiltrating the tri-state area. BES is known in the industry for using 'green' or environmentally safe solutions to eliminate insects, vermin and birds, even before the movement became chic.

Instant Freeze is a Swedish technology that kills bed bugs, their eggs and larvae by freezing them with carbon dioxide "dry ice" snow. The procedure is completely safe and can be used in any environment, including food processing and healthcare facilities, commercial and residential establishments. Instant Freeze is safe to use in homes with children and pets, with fine furnishings and textiles; on high-tech equipment like computers and games. Best of all there is no lag time; treatment does not require evacuation and rooms can be immediately reoccupied.

"In the early 1980's, we eliminated pesticides to control insects and rodents that were infesting the pharmaceutical companies," said Phil Waldorf, owner of BES. "We pretty much captured the pharmaceutical market with our green methods and it was only a matter of time to find a unique and non-toxic approach for our residential market."

BES has been working seven days a week, along with their K-9 bed bug dogs, due to the ever-increasing regional bed bug epidemic. BES says the best way to get rid of bed bugs is to eliminate them in their hiding places, which these days, is more than just in mattresses Bed bugs harbor in cracks and crevices, suitcases, purses and briefcases and even in computers themselves.

BES is known for its high quality of customer service. "In the twenty years or so since we've been using Bell, we rarely and I mean rarely have an infestation," said Shelly Ortsman, vice president of administration, Bronx Lebanon Hospital. "They use non-toxic techniques, which is great for our patients and the hospital's environment."

Bell Environmental Services was established in 1963 by Phillip Waldorf, who has always been an entrepreneur. He started the company with an initial investment of $400 and the company now has sales of over several million a year. Many BES employees have been with the company for over 20 years. BES is located at 229 New Road, Parsippany, N.J., 07054 and can be reached toll-free at 800-932-0733. For more information, visit www.bell-environmental.com.

CONTACT: Liz Wellinghorst at 201.444.4745


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