DR. SARUP’S PEST CONTROL PVT. LTD.
Pest Control for Healthier Living


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PEST CONTROL FOR HEALTHIER LIVING HAS BEEN OUR LEITMOTIF SINCE 1953. WE ARE YOUR ONE-STOP SERVICE PROVIDER WITH SOLUTIONS TO YOUR PEST PROBLEMS.


You may be a housewife, own a factory or manage a business – but face a common enemy; pests. The range of diseases carried by household and industrial pests and their scope for destruction is astounding. Not recognising or treating this menace can be a health hazard for your family or your goods. Our job is to redress the health and safety balance in your favour.

Who are we? We bear the name of our founder Dr. A. Sarup, who is regarded as the pioneer of the pest control industry in India. Starting off in 1953 as Pest Control Corporation (PCC) in Calcutta, that company evolved into Dr. Sarup’s Pest Control Pvt. Ltd. (DSPC) in 1968, with branches all around India. Our legacy dates over 60 years, when we introduced an array of services like the control of general insect pests, pre and post-construction termites, rodents, control of beehives and wasp nests, snakes, mosquitoes and flies in integrated townships, birds at airports and factories, disinfestation of homes, hospitals, aircraft and trains, fumigation of ships and containers, and control of pests in standing crops.

Dr. Sarup was the veritable Pied Piper; he took up the seemingly impossible task of getting rid of flies in Calcutta in 1961-63 to control the epidemic of cholera, and succeeded. Just as back then, no matter what the challenge, we have solutions for your pest problems with our expertise and long experience.

Threats from pests Silver Fish Cockraches Flies Mosquitoes Rodents Termites Snakes Lizards Ants Beehives Spider

Mosquitoes

  • Malaria
  • Yellow fever
  • Dengue fever
  • Chikungunya
  • Filariasis

Cockroaches

  • Dysentery
  • Typhoid
  • Poliomyelitis
  • Gastroenteritis

Snakes

  • Deadly snakebite
  • Salmonella
  • Botulism

Termites

  • Paper
  • Cloth
  • Carpets
  • Timber
  • Metals
  • Concrete

Flies

  • Typhoid
  • Cholera
  • Dysentery
  • Anthrax
  • Salmonella
  • Tuberculosis

Rodents

  • Leptospirosis
  • Rat-bite fever
  • Plague
  • Salmonellosis
  • HFRS
  • Lymphocytic choriomeningitis

Spiders

  • Venomous bites
  • either neurotoxic (attacking the nervous system) or
  • necrotic (attacking tissues surrounding the bite, and, in some cases, attacking vital organs and systems)

Lizards

  • Salmonella
  • Diarrhoea
  • Stomach cramps
  • Septicaemia
  • Botulism
  • Campylobacteriosis (a bowel infection)
  • Leptospirosis (a liver disease)
  • Trichinellosis (a disease of the muscles, the nervous system and the heart and lungs)

Ants

Carpenter ants move into our homes during monsoon and summer. Ants are a nuisance to many people and can cause real damage to various household accessories and even food materials. Red Weaver Ants are common in gardens and parks in India. Red Ants have a very painful bite, which is often worsened by chemicals that they emit when aggravated.

Silver fish

  • Reproduces rapidly
  • Destroys clothes, books and wallpaper

Beehives - stinging pests

Insects like bees, wasps, hornets and scorpions belong to the family of stinging pests. The sting of bees, wasps and hornets are not only painful but also result in allergic reactions. In extreme cases it might also hamper breathing while others may experience numbness and convulsion

Solutions for you
  • Domestic pest control
  • Rodent control
  • Weed control
  • Industrial pest control
  • Fumigation
  • Snake control
  • Mosquito control
  • Anti-termite treatment
  • Bird control
As easy as 123
Pioneer of the pest control industry in India

Dr. Anand Sarup was born in Lahore, India on 11th August 1912 and completed his Ph.D at Government College Lahore. He started his career with Rockfeller Foundation and set up a fine chemical factory there. During World War II he joined the Government of India to deal with their chemical supplies and requirements. In 1945, he went to Italy and set up an office in Milan, dealing in cotton yarn obtained from India and supplied to Europe. Simultaneously, he studied the cork industry in Portugal and was a pioneer in setting up a factory at Powai, Bombay in 1948 under the name of Indian Cork Mills.

In 1952, Dr. Sarup set up the first fumigatorium chamber at Sewri, Bombay. Then in 1953. Dr. Sarup founded Pest Control Corporation (PCC) in Calcutta. Within four years, he opened branches in New Delhi, Bombay, Madras, Hyderabad and Jamshedpur. He visited England and kept in close contact with Rentokil Laboratories, the famous and oldest pest control organization in the world. Dr. Sarup was the only Indian to have presented a paper on Termites and their Control in Structures at the UNESCO Symposium in 1960 on Termites in Humid Tropics. In 1967 he became a co-founder of the Indian Pest Control Association.

In 1968, PCC evolved into Dr. Sarup's Pest Control Pvt. Ltd. (DSPC). In 1970s, with the help of his wife Mrs. Leela Sarup whom he had trained in pest control, he set up 23 branches in India.

Dr. Sarup was an advisor for Quality Control to the Ministry of Commerce and Industries, and he was a Committee Member of the Indian Standards Institution and the Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage.

Dr. Sarup is known as the Father of Pest Control in India as he was the pioneer of the pest control industry. He worked in his laboratory till he breathed his last on 2nd January, 1999. Dr. Sarup was a self-made man and was full of new ideas all his life. Today, his wife Mrs. Leela Sarup carries his torch with the same zeal.

Delivering satisfaction

OUR CLIENTS

  • APSEB
  • Air India
  • Anna University
  • BHEL
  • BHPV
  • Best & Crompton
  • Bharat Petroleum
  • CB Zinc Ltd.
  • CP Tool Co.
  • Calcutta Port Trust
  • CSIO
  • Cement Corporation of India
  • Central Coalfields
  • Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation
  • CPWD
  • Dept. of Posts
  • ECIL
  • Food Corporation of India
  • Facit Asia Ltd.
  • Godrej
  • HAL
  • Heavy Water Board
  • HMT
  • Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.
  • Hindustan Paper Corporation Ltd.
  • IDBI Bank
  • India Cements Ltd.
  • Indian Additives Ltd.
  • IIT
  • Indian Oxygen Ltd.
  • Indian Rare Earths Ltd.
  • Indian Railways
  • International Airports Authority of India
  • Kores (India) Ltd.
  • LIC of India
  • Madras Port Trust
  • MES
  • Min. of Agriculture
  • Min. of Defence
  • Min. of Surface Transport
  • Modern Food Industries (India) Ltd.
  • Mother Dairy
  • National Buildings Construction Corporation
  • National Geophysical Research Institute
  • National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health
  • National Insurance Co. Ltd.
  • National Metallurgical Laboratory
  • National Textile Corporation
  • NTPC
  • Neyveli Lignite
  • Nuclear Fuel Complex
  • ONGC
  • Osmania Hospital
  • RDSO
  • Ramjas Foundation
  • Reserve Bank of India
  • Scindia S.N. Co.
  • State Bank of Hyderabad
  • Shasun Pharmaceuticals
  • Sterling Holiday Resorts
  • TELCO
  • TISCO
  • Tata Power Co. Ltd.
  • Tata Timken Ltd.
  • Tripura Housing Board
  • U.P. Housing Development Board
  • U.P. Rajkiya Nirmaan Nigam
  • VST Industries
  • Zoological Survey of India

DSPC provides THE BEST SOLUTION for guaranteed and scientific pest control, please call us today.

Our Offices

Regd. & Corporate Office

22D, Gora Chand Road. Kolkata 700014

+91 33 2289 6811 +91 33 2289 6812 (fax)

Toll Free No. 1800 200 1107

ho@dspc.in

Bengaluru

571 17th Cross Sampige Road Malleswaram. Bengaluru 560 003

+91 80 2334 7009

bangalore@dspc.in

Bhubaneswar

bhubaneswar@dspc.in

Chennai

No. 31 15th Cross Street Tiruvalluwar Nagar. Behind Vasugi Nagar Park Kodungaiyur Chennai 600 118

+91 44 6499 6149

chennai@dspc.in

Coimbatore

623F 100 Feet Road Gandhipuram. Coimbatore 641 012

+91 422 252 9695 / 437 3695

coimbatore@dspc.in

Guwahati

guwahati@dspc.in

Hyderabad

5-9-88 Fateh Maidan Hyderabad 500 001

+91 40 2323 3581 / 6661 1802
+91 40 6666 2941 (fax)

hyderabad@dspc.in

Jamshedpur

28 D'Costa Mansion Bistupur Jamshedpur 831 001

+91 657 2423320

jamshedpur@dspc.in

Kochi

4 Manavalan Building Lissy Junction Ernakulam

Kochi 682 018 +91 484 240 0633 / 240 3003

cochin@dspc.in

Lucknow

lucknow@dspc.in

Madurai

2nd Floor 248 East Marret Street Madurai 625 001

+91 452 232 1895

madurai@dspc.in

Mumbai

Fine Mansion 1st Floor 203 Dr. D.N. Road. Mumbai 400 001

+91 22 2261 1777 / 2261 7229

mumbai@dspc.in

New Delhi

delhi@dspc.in

Payyanur

Goltens Arcade New Bus Stand Road Payyanur. Kannur District Kerala 670 307

+91 4985 203 894

payyanur@dspc.in

Port Blair

40 M.A. Road Phoenix Bay P.O. Haddo. Port Blair 744 102 A & N Islands

+91 3192 242 181

portblair@dspc.in

Tiruchirapalli

tiruchirapalli@dspc.in

Tuticorin

tuticorin@dspc.in

Vijayawada

D. No. 31-7-15 Goginenivari Street Maruthi Nagar. Vijayawada 520 004

+91 866 243 5120

vijayawada@dspc.in

Visakhapatnam

vizag@dspc.in