14th December 2011
Learn about Exosex CLTab at English Heritage and Hampton Court Palace.
Winchester, UK - Intelligent Pest Management Company, Exosect, is delighted to announce that the proceedings of the Pest Odyssey Conference 2011 are now available.
The event was hosted by the British Museum and organised by Icon's Care of Collections Group in partnership with the British Museum and a wide range of other institutions, including English Heritage, The British Museum, the Natural History Museum, Historic Royal Palaces, The V & A, the Museum of London, the Horniman Museum and The Tate.
The conference looked at how Integrated Pest Management (IPM) has developed over the past ten years to deal with the increasing threat pest attacks pose to collections and buildings.
At the conference, conservators and industry experts including David Pinniger and Tom Strang shared new understandings about pest species and the risks they pose. Experiences of specialised methods which have been developed to combat pests and save irreplaceable artefacts were presented, such as the British invention called Exosex CLTab, a pheromone mating disruption tool which confuses the mating cycle of the common clothes moth. Both English Heritage and Hampton Court Palace presented their conservation work with Exosex CLTab.
For details on the availability of the conference proceedings, please go to www.pestodyssey.org,
Further information on Exosex CLTab can be found at www.exosect.com
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Notes to Editors
Exosect is focused on the development of Intelligent Pest Management solutions. Its innovative and cost-effective products help growers, food manufacturers and processors to actively reduce their use of pesticides. These products are used globally in a wide range of sectors including crop protection (agriculture, horticulture and stored products), apiculture and public health. Exosect was a SOFHT (Society of Food Hygiene and Technology) award winner in 2008 and a category winner in the 2009 and 2010 Guardian Global Cleantech 100 awards. This and further news is available at: www.exosect.com
to discover, develop & commercialise, safe, sustainable bio-conventional control solutions for the food industry, that protect food from insect damage and disease whilst reducing use of and dependence on traditional chemical pest control products
For further information please contact: Georgina Donovan at Exosect.
Tel: 02380 603939 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org