Clarke is a third-generation, family-owned mosquito control and aquatic habitat management company that has been helping support livable, safe and comfortable communities around the world for over 75 years.
Clarke develops and delivers the most environmentally responsible solutions for managing the public health impacts of disease carrying and nuisance insects.
By extending our innovations and technical expertise in public health mosquito control and aquatics services to all our customers, we are helping make communities around the world more livable, safe, and comfortable.
All Clarke coworkers share a lasting commitment to our four core values, day in and day out.
These are the core beliefs that guide our decisions, behavior and actions.
By finding sustainable ways to lessen our impact on Earth, we take responsibility for every behavior or action we take.
By showing empathy and respecting others, we positively impact and enrich the lives of those around us and across the globe.
We work hard because we love what we do. We take pride in our work and the difference we make in the world.
When decisions are guided by serving the best interests of our customers and the communities we serve, even the hardest choices become clear.
It takes more than a statement of commitment to make a difference.
Back in 2008, Clarke set out aspirational expectations aligned with sustainability. By building these values into every decision, we have reduced our organization’s environmental footprint, cultivated community giving, created a flourishing culture for coworkers, and increased the mix of NextGen products and services in our portfolio.
Values like caring for people and the planet have fostered a tradition of philanthropy and giving back to the communities where we live and work. Here are some ways Clarke’s coworkers are giving of their time, talents, and resources:
Saving lives and reducing the suffering caused by mosquito and water-borne illnesses doesn’t happen without hard work and dedicated focus.
That’s why in 2008, we established the Clarke Cares Foundation, a not-for-profit committed to building programs and fundraising to help create a healthier future for those at-risk around the world.
Purchasing insecticide-treated bednets that are distributed by The Carter Center to families across Nigeria, reducing the spread of mosquito-borne diseases like lymphatic filariasis and malaria.
employee volunteer hours given to customer communities
people protected by bednet donations to Nigeria
donated through Give to Tomorrow™ grants
Since 1946, Clarke has been in the business of protecting public health from disease and nuisance mosquito populations and unbalanced aquatic habitats. We remain a family-owned business headquartered in Illinois, but today, Clarke’s impact spans the globe.
As we’ve grown and evolved, our focus remains simple: to make communities more livable, safe and comfortable through solutions for mosquito control and water health management.
We are always looking for talented, dedicated people to join the team. Help us make communities more livable, safe, and comfortable. Clarke has full-time and seasonal employment opportunities.
Clarke holds ISO 9001:2015 certificate of accreditation for the design and manufacture of our mosquito control products, and the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 certificate of accreditation for the testing of those products within the scope of the accreditation.
These standards demonstrate the ability of Clarke to consistently provide quality products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements with a focus on continuous improvement.
Learn more about how we protect people and the planet, and find out what’s new with Clarke and the industries we serve. View our Blog
How did our aquatics team get this background pond wedding-party-ready within a tight two-week deadline? Read on to find out.
Two Clarke facilities in Illinois have officially been recognized as LEED Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.
An aeration system – which can include pond fountains, aerators, diffusers and more – is an easy, natural way to supply man-made and natural ponds with dissolved oxygen. Aquatic animals, such as fish and aquatic invertebrates, require DO to breathe and function.