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Bit Bait Infinity pesticide

Providing chemical-free protection from pests

August 2020
Gallery Bit Bait Infinity pesticide 1
Gallery Bit Bait Infinity pesticide 1


Bit Bait has produced an innovative non-toxic pesticide Solution which minimises impact on the local environment.

Pesticides found on the market today are usually toxic and harmful to human health, agriculture, animals and the environment, either when using these pesticides or during the manufacturing process of the products. Bit Bait Infinity are natural pesticides that protect the surrounding environment and reduce risks to human health. On top of this, Bit Bait Infinity also decomposes naturally, acting as a fertiliser for soil after decomposition. The pesticide targets rodents and insects without negatively impacting surrounding water, soil or air, allowing reduces losses without damaging the local environment.

Label Date August 10, 2020
From United Kingdom
Maturity stage Initial market commercialization
Looking For Funding, partners, credibility

The environmental benefits

  • 100% non-toxic ingredients posing no risk to the surrounding environment
  • Zero water used in production
  • Zero waste after use

The Financial benefits

  • 66% cheaper than mainstream alternatives
  • Acts as a natural fertiliser after use, reducing input costs

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Company Profile

Sarl Bit Bait Algeria

The Bit Bait Infinity innovative pesticide products are first in the world to be invented toxic chemical-free 100% natural.

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Headquarters New Malden KT3 9JJ, Royaume-Uni

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Hello Tomorrow

Hello Tomorrow is global non-profit on a mission to unlock the potential of deep tech to solve the world's toughest challenges, by promoting, empowering & connecting deeptech entrepreneurs across the globe with the right enablers

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