Pesticide Toxin Control

Pesticide Toxin Control

Sgt. Poopers provides affordable, all-natural pest control to stop environmental contamination from toxic pesticides.

End the Madness of Toxic Pesticide Contamination


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All-Natural Pest Control Introduction

Sgt. Poopers® Chartered Conservationist badgeToday, there is just no reason to live in an environment continually re-contaminated by pesticides and synthetic chemical toxins.

Sgt. Poopers enables you to suspend application of toxic chemicals in favor of their effective and 100% natural pest-control agent that is non-toxic to humans, pets, plants, and beneficial insects like bees and butterflies. It cannot be overapplied and does not require regulation per the EPA. It is the essential oil pressed from the wood of human-safe, pet-safe Texas cedar trees, Juniperus ashei and has thousands of five-star reviews. Using a multi-step filtration process, this Texas cedar oil is purified of all unnecessary contaminants and any other potentially harmful ingredients. It does not contain phenols or phenolic compounds which can be harmful to birds. It does not leave any oily residue or stain.

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Healthy Alternative to Synthetic Pesticides

All-natural mosquito control

Toxin levels in the soil can accumulate over time. If the previous owner of your property contaminated the soil with pesticides or herbicides, then every new application compounds the problem. Sgt. Poopers can help in two ways. We provide soil tests to see if your soil is toxic. And our healthy alternative to toxic pesticides make it possible to making the problem worse with continued spraying of traditional pesticide agents. Children can be more vulnerable to toxins than adults. While manufacturer's deny their pesticides are dangerous, it often takes decades before a particular synthetic chemical is revealed as deadly. So why risk your family's precious health if you don't have to?

We apply pest-control agent in different ways to target different pests. The way we target snakes is different from our strategy for mosquitoes. By targeting the specific pests you are concerned with, we are able to reduce your costs while also providing three to four times the service of traditional pest control services who visit less frequently.

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Best Way to Stop Pests

We treat our properties weekly and are the only pest control service in Dallas that does. Our business model is built on weekly visits. That means you receive three or four times the level of service with no risk and in most cases at less cost than what traditional synthetic-pesticide companies charge. We go through your entire yard and drive harmful insects from plants, grass, tree trunks, fences, and more.

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Sgt. Poopers Pest Control Benefits

  • Sgt. Poopers Disinfection and Deodorizing buttonNon-toxic
  • Pet Safe
  • Smells great
  • Impossible to over apply
  • Weekly service
  • 3 to 4 times the attention and service for the same or less price
  • Doesn't harm beneficial insects
  • Satisfaction guaranteed
  • No synthetic pesticides

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Synthetic Chemical Warning

Sgt. Poopers Conservation ArrowheadThe best way to stop pests and keep them from taking over your home is NOT a synthetic insecticide nor an automatic misting system that may contaminate your backyard with toxic chemicals. Stopping fleas by saturating your environment in potentially carcinogenic chemicals is unacceptable, especially when there is an affordable, safer solution. Synthetic chemicals are popular because they are profitable, but profits fund the advertising that creates the popularity in the first place. Enormous profits also fund lobbyists who work tirelessly (at $1,000 an hour) to protect corporate interests. Enormous profits also corrupt the leaders of watch-dog agencies like the EPA by providing them with unending supply of extremely high-paying jobs before or after they leave government service—a relentless financial incentive to focus on corporate interests instead of the public trust (corruption). In 2017, yet another EPA official was allegedly caught bragging about killing another EPA investigation into Monsanto's Roundup. While RoundUp is a (carcinogenic) herbicide (not an insecticide), the fact illustrates how Big Chemical operates and why trusting them is a bad idea.

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Dioxin Though Banned, Still in Use!

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Although dioxin was banned in 1979, recent research from Australia shows that many newly-synthesized chlorinated chemical products, including the herbicide 2,4-D which was just authorized by EPA for use on Dow Chemical's new GMO 2,4-D-tolerant soybeans contains high levels of dioxin as a "contaminant." Despite being "banned" dioxin is still in use at very high levels.

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Big Chemical Conceals Extraordinary Toxicity

At https://www.poisonpapers.org/ you'll find nearly 100 years of documented criminal activity which establish an on-going pattern of collusion, deception and coverup. The “Poison Papers” are described as a trove of chemical-industry and regulatory-agency documents stretching back to the 1920s from the EPA, USDA, FDA, Department of Defense, Veterans Administration, and the US Forest Service. Chemical manufacturers referenced in the documents include: Dow Chemical, Monsanto, DuPont, Union Carbide, and more including various commercial testing companies. The documents show that both industry and regulators have been consistently working to conceal the extraordinary toxicity of chemical products from the public and the press. By exposing the fraudulence of a corrupt regulatory process, the Poison Papers point to the need for a change which can start in your own backyard.

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Case in Point: The Shell No-Pest Strip

Vintage Shell No-Pest Strip advertisment

In 1966, Shell chemical launched a new product with a blitz of television ads: the Shell No-Pest Strip. It was a flat pack which opened into a box with holes. Into the box slid a yellow sheet of plastic which was impregnated with insecticide. My parents let me rip open the foil pouch and put the No-Pest Strip into the cardboard container. Consumers were instructed to hang the strip in kitchens, over baby cribs, and dining rooms. Whenever you bought gas at a Shell gas station, there was always a Shell No-Pest Strip hanging up in the corner. They were sold in gas stations and grocery stores nationwide.

The toxic vapors would attack their nervous system of any insects coming into the building and cause them to die. The only problem was the Shell No-Pest Strip also attacked the nervous systems of human beings.

The insecticide used was called dichlorvos—also known as 2,2-dichlorovinyl demethyl phosphate or DDVP. Later studies found it to be a carcinogenic and neurotoxic. DDVP was originally accepted and registered by the USDA in 1963 over the protests of USDA pharmacologist Dr. Thomas Von Sumter. Two years later, a public health service com­mittee, decided to discontinue registration because there had been no tests to determine toxic effects of long-term inhalation. Inexplicably, Dr. John Leary, a USDA scientist, objected. He left his job and within a few months landed a cushy position with... (you guessed it) Shell. That's called, "Tell a lie, get a job."

Sales of the No-Pest Strip launched in 1966. Right away people begin to experience neurologic damage including headache, respiratory problems, difficulty breathing, nausea, asthma attack, respiratory distress requiring hospitalization, paresthesias, and incoordination. Short-term effects included the inability to walk, chest discomfort, constriction of pupils, muscular twitching, unconsciousness, and seizures. Long term effects included slowness of thinking, memory defects, irritability, and delayed reaction times. DDVP was found to cause birth defects and fetal death in laboratory rats.

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Birth Defects OK in Mexico!

Lab equipmentIn 1987, after dragging their bribable heals for more than two decades, the government finally officially linked DDVP in pest strips­ to an unusually high cancer risk. What. A. Surprise. Of course due to public outcry, Shell had already discontinued the product's distribution in the United States. But in Mexico, different story. Shell continued to sell their toxic nerve bomb to unsuspecting Mexicans no problemo, and no warning label as required in the USA. On the contrary, Mexican labels recommended hanging the strip in kitchens, bedrooms and above baby cribs.

This is the story of but one chemical pesticide, DDVP, which incidentally is the active ingredient in flea collars for cats and dogs. There are dozens, scores, hundreds of other highly toxic chemical substances which are still being sold in the US. In some cases, deadly toxins are included but not listed as official ingredients because they are merely "contaminates" like dioxin. You can breath what you want. But at Sgt. Poopers we believe it is prudent to go with "all-natural" products for maximum prevention and minimal risk.

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All-Natural Pest Control Prices

General pest control prices

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Pesticide Toxin Control Summary

Sgt. Poopers graphic from our original 2008 website

A backyard contaminated by pesticides is no walk in the park! Our pest control protocol is designed to protect and conserve the most precious parkland of all — the one you call home. It’s like having a park ranger for your own backyard which is why we say, “We treat your yard like a National Park!” 

Sgt. Poopers is a conservation company, so our protocols are based on the principles of conservation. Our approach is common-sense, holistic, always safe, and 100% effective. Our methodology works and you will see immediate results. On top of everything else, no contract is required. We do not use toxic chemistry that can harm people or pets. We restore the balance of nature and make living environments safe for you, children, pets, and beneficial insects like honeybees and butterflies. Please tour our website to learn more. If you have any questions, please call us today at (214) 563-6379. For your convenience, you may also request services from this site.

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Steve Hall
CEO & President, Sgt. Poopers
Conservation Advocate

We would like to thank you for your interest in Sgt. Poopers. We look forward to serving you in the near future!

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Questions and Answers for Voice Search

Here are the answers for questions addressed to Alexa, Siri, Cortana, and Google Home.

Are there any non-toxic pesticides?

Sgt. Poopers uses an effective and 100% natural pest-control agent that is non-toxic to humans, pets, plants, and beneficial insects. It cannot be overapplied and does not require regulation per the EPA. It does not contain phenols or phenolic compounds which can be harmful to birds and leaves no oily residue or stain. Call (214) 563-6379

What if my SOIL is contaminated by toxic pesticides?

Today, there is just no reason to live in an environment continually re-contaminated by pesticide toxins. Call Sgt. Poopers at (214) 563-6379

How do I know which synthetic chemical pesticides are toxic?

You don't. While chemical manufacturer's deny their pesticides are dangerous, it often takes decades before a particular synthetic chemical is revealed as deadly. 

Is it safe to let exterminators spray pesticides in my home?

In a word, no. Toxin levels in the soil can accumulate over time. If the previous owner of your property contaminated the soil with pesticides or herbicides, then every new application compounds the problem. Sgt. Poopers can help in two ways. We provide soil tests to see if your soil is toxic. And their healthy alternative to toxic pesticides make it possible to making the problem worse with continued spraying of traditional pesticide agents. Children can be more vulnerable to toxins than adults.

can traditional pesticides hurt my dog?

Yes. Sgt. Poopers enables you to suspend application of toxic chemicals in favor of their effective and 100% natural pest-control agent that is non-toxic to humans, pets, plants, and beneficial insects. It cannot be overapplied and does not require regulation per the EPA. Call (214) 563-6379

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Protect your family and pets from mosquitoes, mites, fleas, ticks, ants and more. Our organic all-natural essential-oil blend safeguards against West Nile, Zika, dengue, Lyme disease and heartworm. Used for thousands of years worldwide, our treatment is safe... unlike synthetic pesticides which commonly contain banned toxins as "contaminants" (like dioxin). Stretch your money! Call (214) 563-6379

price comparisonFeatures and Benefits:

  • Costs less
  • Smells great
  • 52 treatments/year
  • Safe for people and pets
  • Cannot be over applied
  • Occupy yard immediately
  • Categorized as exempt by EPA
  • No toxic contaminants in soil
  • No contracts

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Mosquitoes

Fleas

Fleas

Ants

Ants

Chiggers

Chiggers

Roaches

Roaches

Flies

Flies

Scorpions

Scorpions

Snakes

Snakes

Ticks

Ticks

Aphids

Aphids

Mealybugs

Mealybugs

Rodents

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