About Aurocon ApS
Aurocon ApS wants to contribute to a humane and non-toxic pest contro
Preben Asp is the founder of Aurocon A/S (Automated Rodent Control) and the man behind our patented non-toxic IoT multiple homicide trap, AuroTrap. Based on more than 8 years of practical experience from the pest industry, Preben has carefully thought out all the details in the multiple-killing mouse and rat trap.
The company is located in Aars in Vesthimmerland, from where we supply traps to the whole world.
At Aurocon A/S, we want to contribute to a greener pest control with a focus on protection against rats and mice, without the use of poison. With increasingly restrictive legislation for the use of rat poisons (anticoagulants), we have therefore developed an automatic and intelligent rat trap, which is an effective safeguard.
AuroTrap is a Danish-designed rat trap based on several years of practical experience with pest control. The design is made attractive to rodents, i.a. due to the patent-pending “throughput design,” which attracts rats and mice.
Our innovative hardware, combined with comprehensive data collection and automatic reporting, makes AuroTrap an attractive choice for both the prevention and control of rats and mice.
AuroTrap is easy to service, minimizes the need for physical service visits and provides optimal security.
We meet the UN's world goals
By 2030, the number of deaths and illnesses due to exposure to hazardous chemicals as well as air, water and soil pollution must be significantly reduced.
By 2030, infrastructure needs to be upgraded and industries retrofitted to make them sustainable, with more efficient use of resources and increased use of clean and environmentally friendly technologies and industrial processes. All countries must act on the basis of their respective capacities.
By 2020, environmentally sound management of chemicals and waste must be achieved throughout their life cycle, in accordance with the agreed international framework , and emissions to air, water and soil must be significantly reduced to minimize negative impacts on human health and the environment.
Immediate and significant action must be taken to limit the degradation of natural habitats, stop the loss of biodiversity and, by 2020, protect and prevent the extinction of endangered species.
By 2030, build on existing initiatives to develop measurements of progress on sustainable development that complement gross domestic product, and support statistical capacity-building in developing countries.