Company: Benzon Research
Contact: Gary Benzon; email@example.com
Aims: Independent research firm specialising in laboratory and field testing of microbial control products including Bacillus thuringiensis, B. sphaericus and viruses. Works with most arthropod hosts especially mosquitoes and other public health pests. Speciality markets include urban/public health and forestry.
Company: Biotechnological Laboratory
Contact: Dr. Konrad Bernhard; firstname.lastname@example.org
Aims: Laboratory and contract research aimed at isolation of microorganisms, development of microbial products mainly for agricultural, pharmaceutical and technical applications. Has collection of over 5,000 Actinomycetes and Bacilli. A speciality is microbial insecticides based on Bacillus thuringiensis and fungi.
Company: Natural Plant Protection (NPP)
Aims: Technology transfer and partnership in biological control R & D. Following technologies are available: production of insect viruses by mass rearing technology; production of entomopathogenic and antagonistic fungi by solid fermentation technology; optimization of fermentation technology for new strains; sample production for R & D purposes.
Company: Ricera, Inc.
Contact: Ross Halliday; Halliday_R@Ricera.com
Aims: Biological Services group carries out efficacy, formulation and regulatory studies. Work with other companies to discover and develop new materials.
Company: Xenotype Ltd.
Contact: Paul van Poppelen; email@example.com
Aims: Anaerobic and aerobic biological treatment of industrial and municipal waste waters and effluents. Abatement of public nuisances due to insect pests arising from such installations and other aquatic environments. Emphasis is given to biological means through habitat manipulation, application of microbial insecticides - including Bacillus thuringiensis, augmented by chemical insecticides where necessary. Activities include research as well as design and implementation of practical and economic control measures. Speciality: non-biting midges (chironomids and psychodids).