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Mosquitoes are probably responsible for more human deaths than any other insect known to man.

They are vector agents that carry disease-causing viruses and parasites from person to person without catching the disease themselves. 

Being a lush and warm tropical paradise, premises in Singapore tend to bear the brunt of mosquito-related problems. While the National Environmental Agency continues to take steps to combat mosquitoes, outbreaks of potentially life-threatening diseases such as dengue fever, malaria and Chikungunya occasionally break the headlines. 

Even when they do not carry disease, mosquitoes are a major nuisance to humans living or working nearby. Anyone living or working near a field or wooded area ought to know: they are no strangers to the incessant itch caused by mosquito bites. 

What Can Be Done?

Female mosquito control is essential in the prevention of mosquito borne diseases, and to protect you and your family from mosquito bites. Male mosquitoes in contrast, feed mainly off plant juices and saps. 

Mosquito Management System offers a variety of products which attract and destroy adult female mosquitoes, thereby reducing the population of human-biting insects. In destroying egg-laying females, our mosquito traps also help to reduce mosquito breeding, preventing the birth of the next generation of mosquitoes. Over time, the consistent usage of our mosquito traps will reduce the population of mosquitoes in a given area. 

How We Can Help

At Mosquito Management System, we are experts at reducing and managing the mosquito population in your area. Mosquitoes, you and your family are all part of a larger ecosystem as a whole, and we recognize that a one-size-fits-all approach to dealing with mosquitoes is not always your best option. We offer consultancy, and tailored packages and solutions to cater to your exact needs. Our approach to mosquito management is based on scientific understanding of mosquitoes, their habitats and their feeding habits, and is systematically targeted at reducing the number of biting mosquitoes in your area.

Regardless of the size of your mosquito population, mosquitoes are a problem the moment they start causing you irritation. If your area has a mosquito problem, contact us today to explore our control solutions

Things You Can Do

Do Your Part

Did You Know?

It is a legal offense in Singapore to be caught breeding mosquitoes. You may be subjected to a hefty fine for any mosquito larvae found on your premises. 

Do your part in the fight against mosquitoes and mosquito borne diseases:
  • Turn pails and watering cans over and store them under shelter.
  • Cover bamboo pole holders after use. Rainwater can potentially accumulate in these bamboo pole holders if they are uncovered and create a habitat.
  • Change water in flower vases. Clean and scrub the inner sides of vases. Wash roots of flowers and plants thoroughly as mosquito eggs can stick to them easily.
  • Clear fallen leaves and stagnant water in your scupper drains and garden. These leaves could collect water or cause blockages to the drains, thus resulting in the buildup of stagnant water. 

In the control of mosquitoes and mosquito borne diseases, eliminating breeding areas is considered a good practice. Mosquitoes breed in stagnant bodies of water such as:
  • Rain water collected in containers,
  • Choked roof gutters,
  • Flower pot dishes, and
  • Still ponds, grottos or water features.

Common varieties of local fish such as guppies and barbs eat mosquito larvae, and small numbers of these can be introduced into water features to control mosquito breeding, without fouling up the water. If you live near a field or wooded area, then it may not be possible to eliminate all nearby breeding sites, as water may collect on the grass, in dead leaves, or even on tree-tops. 

Mosquito Management System also offers effective outdoor solutions which attract adult female mosquitoes away from offices and dwellings, and destroy them before they have a chance to breed. 

Having survived for almost 79 million years, mosquitoes are without doubt a hardy species, and it is very difficult, if not impossible, to completely eradicate mosquitoes. Indeed, many scientists believe that the complete eradication of mosquitoes will do more harm to an ecosystem. To date, the best approach to controlling and managing a population of mosquitoes at non-problematic levels is to use a two-pronged approach of destroying female mosquitoes and eliminating breeding sites,