Who are UMP EcoPest?

UMP EcoPest Sdn. Bhd. (UEP) is a company registered under UMP Holdings Sdn. Bhd. (UMPH) specializing in exterminating pests such termites, rats, ants and cockroaches.

Technological and extensive researches were carried out in Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) to come up with eco-friendly products.

Currently, UEP has come out with two products;

PISOPTERA

An environmental friendly bait to eliminate termites using empty fruit bunches (EFB) like dried oil palm pulps. EFB acts as a natural poison to eliminate termite colonies and is not harmful to humans.

PESTKILLA

A Do It Yourself (DIY) eco-friendly pest repellant which is effective to repel most pests; ants, houseflies, mosquitoes, bugs, mites, dust mites, Rove beetles (charlie), cockroaches, lizards, and centipedes.

Friday, 4 November 2016

UMP EcoPest Sdn Bhd in the News


Harian Metro, 4th November 2016
Environmental-friendly project wins juries' hearts

Kuantan:
UMP EcoPest Sdn Bhd bagged two gold medals and special jury's award in the recent International Warsaw Invention Show (IWIS) 2016 held in Poland.
The environmental-friendly projects which has hailed Universiti Malaysia Pahang's (UMP) name are 'Pisoptera' a natural based artificial termite bait and 'PestKilla' a liquid insect repellant.
Project leader, Abdul Syukor bin Abd Razak said the Special Innovation Prize was awarded by the Association of Thai Innovation and Invention Promotion of Thailand who were impressed by PestKilla.
He added the competition in Poland had attracted 450 participations from all over the world which includes 20 projects submitted by both university and high school students. 

According to him, this was UMP EcoPest Sdn Bhd's first time participating in IWIS which is considered very challenging especially when competing with other international innovation designs.
"Environmental-friendly products were produced from plants that are abundantly found in our country making it an advantage for us in this competition."
"Support and encouragement from UMP's Research and Innovation Department had nominated UMP EcoPest Sdn Bhd to compete in this year's IWIS had opened opportunities for the awards which boosted the company's image specifically and Malaysia generally."
Abdul Syukor also said that his company received full support from UMP's Technology Transfer Office (TTO). Four UMP students who were involved in the competition in Poland were also the driving force behind the environmental-friendly researches in UMP. 

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