Central Life Sciences
Central Life Sciences manufactures a complete line of products for controlling insect pests. Strike, Strike Pellets and Strike Ultra offer easy, practical solutions to control midge and filter fly infestations in wastewater treatment facilities. They control infestations within days, eliminating the risk of costly facility shutdowns due to insect contamination. Strike products contain methoprene, an insect growth regulator. Easy to use, Strike products are EPA-approved and won't harm beneficial microbes.

Address

1501 E. Woodfield Rd.
Suite 200 West
Schaumburg, IL 60173
United States
Phone: 800-248-7763

Distributors

Adapco

FL
Phone: 800.367.0659

Product Categories

Chemical, Wastewater Treatment, Other; Wastewater Treatment Equipment, Advanced; Wastewater Treatment Systems; Wastewater Treatment Systems, Packaged

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