Green Pest Control

Over 50 Years of Environmentally-Responsible Pest Control

Bird-X offers pest control for today’s environment. We understand how our business decisions affect the world we all live in. From research and production, operations and procedures, to distribution, usage, recycling, and disposal – we believe it is our responsibility to offer green pest control solutions that protect the environment, wildlife, human health, and the future of our planet.



All Bird-X products are safe, humane, non-toxic, non-harmful, and eco-friendly. Our green pest control solutions restrict access or condition pests to avoid certain areas, by using their natural behaviors against them. This method is proven to be more effective in the long-term than harming animals or polluting the environment with toxic pesticides.

Where possible, our plastic products are made from 100% recycled materials – gathered from automotive scrap, food packaging, and more. In fact, our recycled products save tens of thousands of pounds of waste from entering landfills every year!



Our Bird-X Headquarters in Chicago, IL is a green workplace. We have a comprehensive recycling program that includes paper, plastic, aluminum, and glass. We also recycle and donate our old technological equipment for reuse. We make eco-friendly choices when purchasing our office supplies, and encourage electronic communication vs. printed correspondence.

We use our own products for in-office pest control, including a Transonic Bugchaser in our kitchen & our sister company’s heating products at our desks. Many of us even use the products we sell in our own homes. By engaging in use of our own products, employees are able to have hands-on, personal experiences to better understand our products.


Our sister company, Cozy Products, is a green distributor as well. Cozy offers low-wattage personal heaters that use a fraction of the energy that typical space heaters use. These devices help users reduce energy costs, fire hazards, and blown fuses. Many Cozy Products are also made from recycled materials and require less energy than a standard light bulb to run.