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SenesTech Inc. (NASDAQ: SNES) Offering a Solution to the World Rodent Problem with its One-Of-A-Kind Fertility Control Technology

  • SenesTech, a rapidly growing provider of proven rodent fertility control products, is looking to address the growing rodent problem with its unique control solutions
  • These rodent fertility control solutions have been tried and tested out in the field with positive results, with the active ingredient in its flagship product scientifically proven to reduce rodent fertility without the use of poisons and traps
  • Their products are unique in offering a viable and sustainable solution, especially with studies having shown that climate change brings with it longer stretches of warmer weather, hence more time for rodent breeding

In the fiscal year 2023, calls to 3-1-1 in Washington D.C. regarding rat sightings and complaints hit 16,391, up from 8,107 in 2020 (https://ibn.fm/0j62f). For the state government, the hotline was set up as a means to deal with the growing rat problem, which did help deal with the situation, but only to a certain extent. Similar efforts to curb the rat infestation problem were translated to other cities across the country, with New York declaring the rodents as “public enemy No. 1” and targeting rat mitigation zones in neighborhoods with historically high rat activity (https://ibn.fm/tJ4Gx).

Despite these efforts and stances, progress in mitigating the problem has until now been minimal. The primary method to address it has been poisoning the rats, which is unsustainable and potentially harmful to other animals as well as humans. SenesTech (NASDAQ: SNES), a rodent fertility control product provider, and the inventor of the only EPA-registered contraceptive for male and female rats, is successfully addressing the situation by offering a sustainable, safe, and cost-effective solution to the rat problem. Its solutions have been tried and tested in the field and shown to work. The active ingredient in its flagship product, Evolve, is scientifically proven to reduce rodent fertility.

Studies have shown that with climate change, there have been longer stretches of warmer weather. For rodents, this means more time for breeding, resulting in a spike in rodent population within a short time. This has been the case in a recent new coverage by ABC 7 News, where reports of a spike in rat population in Washington DC was linked to temperature rises (https://ibn.fm/EPTeB). It has brought with it billions of dollars in damages annually, in addition to diseases that can be harmful, if not deadly, to other animals and humans. Moreover, the rat population is increasing with the growing human population.

“We’re piled up on top of each other. And so as the people increase, the density increases, the refuse increases, and our cities get older and older, we end up with these [rat] populations that are reflecting our increases in our density,” noted Bobby Corrigan, a renowned rodentologist.

To address the problem, DC’s leadership has adopted anti-rat trash cans and recycling bins named “Bigbelly.” This is in a move to deprive rats of food, potentially starving them to death and reducing their population. While it is seen as a step in the right direction, it is not as sustainable, especially in the long run. On the other hand, cities’ adoption of poisoning these rats has also proven to be unsustainable, and the push for non-lethal rodent control methods has further accentuated the benefits and overall value of SenesTech’s offering.

SenesTech understands all of these standard method shortcomings and is addressing them using its increasingly popular rodent fertility control products. So far, it has been proven that putting an entire population of rats on birth control could see close to a complete elimination of that population in 12 to 18 months.

“We can’t poison our way out of the rat problem, but we can certainly do a lot of damage trying,” noted Shaun Abreu, an Upper West Side City Council Member (https://ibn.fm/umgv9).

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.SenesTech.com.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to SNES are available in the company’s newsroom at https://ibn.fm/SNES

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