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Protocol Three Zones
Truly Nolen divides the zones to be controlled in green, yellow and red, having specific procedures for each of thems.

Red Zone

Red Zone

It is the inner zone of the buildings to be controlled, being therefore the most sensitive area. In this place the application of chemicals is avoided to the maximum.

Yellow Zone

Yellow Zone

It's the perimeter, the last physical barrier to pest entry prevention. In this place it is allowed and it is recommended the use of physical barriers, applying the smallest possible amount of chemicals.

Green Zone

Green Zonee

It is the outer area where we find most of the pests. At this site it is allowed and recommended the use of specific formulas associated to changes in environmental management..


It is a five-step program to be run in each of the three zones: red, yellow and green.

Truly Care
1. Inspection

The environment is carefully analyzed with a view to finding possible shelters, sanitary problems, access points and outbreaks of infestation.

2. Identification

The pests to be controlled are identified by the Truly Nolen technical team through pest, traces and type of damage found.

3. Determinação

SãoThe most appropriate control measures for each situation are determined.

4. Control/Prevention

Our control programs are implemented, and measures are taken to prevent the risks of future infestations and to control the pests that have been identified.

5. Communication

It is the most important part of our service. The client is informed about what has been identified and determined, how it will be controlled / prevented, what possible environmental adjustments are necessary, and what can be expected as a result of our actions.
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