Do you want a fantastic fulltime job in biosecurity?
Are you into engineering, plastics, design, 3D printing, CAD and product development? Are you interested in conservation?
Envico Technologies in Mount Maunganui, Tauranga, works nationally and internationally with leaders in conservation to eradicate introduced animals from remote islands.
Supported by Predator Free 2050 and UC Biosecurity Innovations, EnvicoTech invites your expressions of interest to improve an aspect of the spitfire devices, prototype and test it, then identify a manufacturer to produce it.
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To protect our unique flora and fauna, EnvicoTech have made 3 different “spitfires” for control of stoats, possums and rats.
Possum spitfire EnvicoTech
Rodent spitfire Envicotech
Stoat spitfire Envicotech
The “Spitfires” are a long-life targeted-toxin delivery device for remote locations. A sensor detects the target animal based on physical features. Once the target is detected, a dose of liquid toxin is sprayed onto their fur. The device then resets. The animal ingests the poison when it grooms and is humanely killed.