An unhealthy sleep – how safe are mosquito coils?


An unhealthy sleep – how safe are mosquito coils?

The annual worldwide consumption of the four major types of residential insecticide products are — aerosols, mosquito coils, liquid vaporizers, and vaporizing mats. Mosquito coils are burned indoors and outdoors in regions like Asia, Africa, and South America. Mosquito coils consist of an insecticide/repellant, organic fillers capable of burning with smoldering, binder, and additives such as synergists, dyes, and fungicide. N,N-Diethyl-Meta-Toluamide (DEET): DEET is a registered pesticide. It is the most effective, and best studied, insect repellent currently on the market. Read More

 

BASF SE has received the first global registrations in Australia and India for the new active ingredient, Inscalis insecticide. The company anticipates further registrations in the US, Canada, Mexico, China, and Argentina. The active ingredient was discovered by the Japanese company Meiji Seika Pharma Co Ltd (Meiji) and the Kitasato Institute, specifically 2015 Nobel Prize recipient, Doctor Satoshi Omura, and co-developed with Meiji. BASF also reached the next milestone for the insecticide active ingredient Broflanilide. The company submitted the regulatory dossier in the US, Canada, Mexico, India and Australia. Read More

 

Kanoria Chemicals & Industries is setting up a formaldehyde plant with a capacity of 1,00,000 tonne per annum at Naidupeta, District Nellore in the State of Andhra Pradesh. The company has received the Environmental Clearance for the same from the Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change, Government of India. Kanoria Chemicals is a manufacturer of chemical intermediates. Apart from chemicals, it has diversified business interests including automotive and industrial electronics, renewable energy and textiles. Read More

AkzoNobel NV has entered into an agreement to acquire 100 percent shares of Fabryo Corporation SRL (Fabryo), becoming the leader in the Romanian decorative paints market. The transaction includes two production facilities and six distribution centres for decorative paints, adhesives and mortars, including one of the largest decorative paints factories in the region, with capacity for further expansion. The business generated revenue of around €45 million in 2017 and is the only player with both a leading product portfolio for consumers as well as professional segments in the Romanian market, including brands Savana, APLA and InnenWeiss. Read More

 

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