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What We Offer

 

Integrated Environmental
Management

The industry’s most comprehensive full-service program combines mosquito control and aquatic services to provide you with more comfortable and aesthetic environments with efficiency and eco-responsibility.

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Mosquito Control

Whether your needs are large or small, we offer a broad array of innovative products, equipment and services. We also offer Integrated Pest Management (IPM), our full-service program.

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Aquatic Services

We enhance and maintain the health and beauty of your ponds, lakes and other waterways by controlling weeds, increasing oxygenation and enhancing habitat for fish.

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Integrated Environmental Management Mosquito and Nuisance Contol Aquatic Weed Control
Emergency Services

For 30 years, federal, state and local governments have relied on Clarke’s rapid-response emergency team following hurricanes, floods and sudden outbreaks of mosquito-borne diseases.

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Residential Services

Home and estate owners benefit from our seasonal Mosquito Control and Aquatic Service packages, also available for special one-time outdoor events.

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International

Clarke’s international capabilities contribute to a higher quality of life for millions around the world by helping prevent the spread of malaria and other mosquito-borne diseases.

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Emergency Services Residential Services international Markets

 

We serve:Mosquito Abatement Districts, Municipalities & Local Governments, Public Health
Departments, Businesses & Private Organizations, Residential, Military and International Markets

News + Events

 

New Blog

 

It takes a village to address bee colony collapse disorder

As the CEO of Clarke, my job involves, in large part, helping communities thrive by eliminating threats to public health. That’s why I make it my business to continue to understand the honey bee disappearance phenomena. For years, the honey bee population has been declining, posing a concern in the U.S. and throughout Europe since as far back as the 1860s. In the past few years, proportions of those losses have reached record highs, with scientists coining a new term to describe the devastating phenomenon: colony collapse disorder (CCD). It saddens me to say that the number of managed honey bee colonies today is half of what it was in 1940.

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In Memoriam: Rob Giner

The Clarke family lost an integral part of our team on Sunday, September 7.  Rob Giner, Jr. passed away suddenly at the age of 30. Rob touched the lives of many fellow employees throughout his 10 years at Clarke. Read more

Chikungunya Virus, What Is It?

Chikungunya virus (ChikV) (chik-un-GOON-ya) is transmitted by mosquitoes and causes joint pain and severe arthritis. It’s not normally fatal, but is extremely painful and symptoms can last for weeks or even months. In elderly people with compromised health, it can be a contributing factor to fatality. Read more 

A Remarkable Success Story.. From Control to Elimination

The Carter Center recently hailed the end of a debilitating mosquito-borne disease in two states in Nigeria, thanks to a partnership amont the Nigeria Federal Ministry of Health, The Carter Center, Clarke and other NGOs and corporations.  Read more.

Clarke is pleased to announce our new electronic payment option!  This safe, secure and convenient electronic payment is made through the ACH (Automated Clearing House) Network.  This payment option saves you time, money and the worry of your payment arriving on time.  For more information email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 1.800.323.5727, xt. 3139.

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