Gearing up against Zika

a portable,eco-friendly turtledrain is a Mosquito's worst enemy

About the Zika Virus

What is the Zika Virus?
The Zika virus is spread by mosquitoes

"Zika virus disease is caused by the Zika virus, which is spread to people primarily through the bite of an infected mosquito (Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus). The illness is usually mild with symptoms lasting up to a week, and many people do not have symptoms or will have only mild symptoms. However, Zika virus infection during pregnancy can cause a serious birth defect called microcephaly and other severe brain defects. (1)"... "Mosquitoes lay eggs near water. (2)"
-U.S. Center for Disease Control

About turtledrains

A Chemical-Free Solution

Unlike other repellent products which claim to minimize your risk of contracting the Zika virus- turtledrains go right to the source: eliminate stagnant and standing water. There is no magical chemical, trick or gimmick behind our drains- simply that they remove water- a necessity for the spawning of all mosquitoes.

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Turtledrains & Zika Prevention

if you eliminate the stagnant water you will eliminate the mosquitos

Our Portable, Chemical-Free, Eco-Friendly Turtledrains


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Lightweight, portable- uses NO energy. Operates by using gravity & a siphon.


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Fast & Effecient- you only need a 12v power drill to operate. Turtledrain clog-free draining which leaves water down to 1/8"

let myrtle explain it...

the dangers of mosquito spread viruses; zika, west nile, dengue- all originate from standing and stagnant water
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From the CDC Website- what you can do

Remove places where mosquitoes lay eggs

Removing places where mosquitoes lay eggs is an important step. Mosquitoes lay eggs near water because young mosquitoes need water to survive. Professionals and the public can remove standing water.
Professionals at local government agencies and mosquito control districts may collect and dispose of illegally dumped tires, clean up and maintain public spaces like parks and greenways, and clean up illegal dumps and roadside trash.
You, your neighbors, and community can remove standing water. Once a week, items that hold water like tires, buckets, planters, toys, pools birdbaths, flower pot saucers, and trash containers should be emptied and scrubbed, turned over, covered, or thrown away.
If needed, a community clean up event can be held to remove large items like tires that collect water.