EnviroMate 100TM was designed and developed to meet New Zealand’s climate conditions and environmental challenges by Shane Hyde, MD of Eco-land, a trapper / hunter of possums for several decades. It is designed to be robust, poison safe, unaffected by weather and easily transported.
EnviroMate 100TM is made of a high-quality strong plastic designed to be used time and time again. The precise, plastic design of EnviroMate 100TM was refined for manufacturing by a skilled electronic & plastics engineer and can be manufactured at a large scale.
EnviroMate 100TM can be utilised simply as an automatic pre-feeder or as a pre-feeder in conjunction with conventional traps or it can be used alone as a pre feed lure and poison dispensing bait station
1/ The enviroMate 100TM is self-monitoring. It has a battery mechanism that is manually pre-programmed to rotate a tray of seven compartments each filled with pre-feed and/or poison. The pest can only access one compartment at any one time.
2/ The programme allows for each of the 7 compartments to automatically deliver their designated prefeed or bait at pre-set intervals (1 to 7 days) providing delivery of up to 49 days. Bait and toxin use is minimalised.
It is this feature that makes the enviroMate 100TM a “game changer”.
It frees up the hours usually involved in pre-feeding runs. It allows for the planning of a “kill day“ (or days) be it to kill by conventional traps or by poisoning. It can be left unattended to run its planned program for up to 49 days; be it targeting possums, rats, mice, stoats, weasels, ferrets , wild cats or hedgehogs.
3/ The batteries have a life of over a year and are replaceable. All internal and movable parts of the device are easily repaired or, if need arises, replaceable. A guarantee comes with this product.
4/ The enviroMate 100TM is quickly and easily fitted to a tree out of reach of non-targeted species and can be easily moved to an alternate site. It could sit in the corner on a concrete floor in a warehouse.
5/ All users of enviroMate 100TM receive training so that the outstanding advantages and efficiencies gained by working with enviroMate 100TM are fully understood and realised.
6/ EnviroMate 100TM can be used in any human accessable landscape. Performance Extensive trials using enviroMate 100TM have been undertaken for 5 years in a wide variety of terrain. Data collected from these trials show outstanding “ over the moon” ( the words of one contractor ) results. A professional single operator, working in thick difficult terrain, can cover 450-500ha every 28 days.
Please contact Shane Hyde for more information and pricing ….
TEL: 021 326 563
“My experience using the enviromate has shown very positive results targeting both possums and rats. I have found it to be very user friendly and non -problematic.”
“Shane has used the enviromate 100 on our property with amazing results. I used to get at least one possum a night in my kill traps, now it's more like two a month and we get to eat our citrus fruit!”
"As an experienced operator of enviroMate100, I have found enviroMate100 to be a very effective, efficient and safe poison delivery system which successfully targets possums, rats and mice".
David Maxwell Environmental Scientist
"The enviroMate100 is a game changer and force multiplier - one service provides 28 days of continuous pest control and monitoring, keeping pest
numbers down and landowners happy."
Martin Schmid (pest control contractor for the Minehapua Landcare group)
“Kauri Cliffs Station has been on a full time pest control program for the last 22 years. We have been using the EnviroMate 100 automated feeders for the last 12 months and have witnessed nothing but positive results in kill rates with both possum and rat control. The ability to visit these units every 14 days has freed up valuable labour time and its user friendly controls plus the knowledge you are providing a fresh bait or kill opportunity every night until you return for its next service is extremely satisfying.”
Andy Wood Kauri Cliff,s Golf Course manager
"A bait station having significant points of difference"
Simon Kelton (DOC 2019)
"Its a smart feeder"
Bruce Warburton (Land care research 2013)