Addressing some questions
Due to some recent concerns and question, I have been asked to share the following information.
We go out into the Egan's Creek Greenway and spray for mosquitoes after 830 pm. This is the only time we can get in the area and not interrupt walkers since the Greenway, according to their website, is closed at dusk. (see www.fbfl.us/Egans-Creek-Greenway).
Also, due to state regulations, our only window of spray time is 400 am to 730 am each morning. A lot of people believe that we continually spray when we ride up and down the streets. When we see a person walking, riding a bike, etc, we turn the yellow flashing lights and the sprayer off from inside the truck and move down the street away from the person. However, the machine that puts out the spray continues to run. We will not spray you. The "fog" that has already been put out will spread in a 300 foot swath and settle within 15 to 20 minutes. The amount of active ingredient we put out is 0.007 pounds (.112 ounces) per acre which is very small. The droplets are no bigger than the head of a pin.
We have the public's best interest in mind.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call us... we are help to help you!!
Thank you and have an awesome day!!!