The exponential demographic increase of the royal seagull represents today in Italy a growing problem that worries health, zoologists and environmentalists.
Health and zoology are concerned, because seagull excrements are dangerous to human health and can cause infectious and allergic diseases.
Environmentalists are concerned about the risk of extinction of other birds, caused by the excessive demographic expansion of the royal seagull.
At the same time, yachtsmen have to deal with this problem, using non-ecological components to disinfect the boat and wasting many hectolitres of water for washing, thus causing possible environmental damage.
In addition, seagulls can also cause permanent damage to radio antennas, port facilities (street lamps, current/water columns) and boat tissues.
Acoustic or ultrasonic bollards, can lead to serious imbalances in the ecosystem, as well as being harmful to the seagull itself.
The result is StopGull®, a system that simply keeps the seagull away from the boat or the port facilities of the marina. StopGull cannot hurt the seagull in any way and has no impact on the ecosystem. In fact, the seagull will simply be pushed to find its home elsewhere, perhaps on a nearby cliff, certainly more suitable to its natural habitat.