We recently published our ninth sustainability report. Creating it served as a rich reminder that we started our sustainability journey focused on reducing our environmental footprint, but it’s grown into a cultural shift yielding innovation beyond our imagination.
The title of our 2019 sustainability report is READY and it’s our great privilege to share it with you. We chose the title because Clarke is more ready today than ever before to serve our customers and the communities where we live and work. We stand ready to meet the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, whatever they may be. It’s a theme that seems particularly fitting now, after many months of living and serving through the COVID-19 pandemic.
We chose the title because Clarke is more ready today than ever before to serve our customers and the communities where we live and work.
When we started our sustainability journey in 2008, no one, including me, knew where this path would lead us. In the pages of this year’s report, you’ll read stories about accomplishments that have exceeded even my wildest dreams:
We recognize that all our customers have choices in your products and partners for public health, and we are truly grateful to those who choose to work with us. We share this report in hope that it reinforces the merits of a partnership with Clarke, and highlights the importance of balancing our collective work to protect public health with a lasting commitment to environmental protection.
While mosquito-borne diseases threaten human health worldwide, implementing an integrated mosquito management (IMM) system can go a long way toward mitigating those risks. Within the IMM network, the surveillance lever acts explicitly as a predecessor to larval or adult control…
Clarke\’s latest case study reveals data on the environmental impact of implementing over 200 adult mosquito traps and Biogent’s BG Counters.
Each method of lake mapping – vegetation, bathymetric, and sedimentation/hardness mapping – provides unique insight into assessing areas of your waterbody that would have otherwise gone unnoticed, let alone enough understanding to properly plan and budget for.