Clarke understands that our actions and decisions matter. They matter and ripple across our organization, out to customers, throughout our industry, and into the global community. This understanding is why we are so considerably grounded in stewardship and service. We…
Two Clarke facilities in Illinois have officially been recognized as LEED Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Through the Give to Tomorrow® grant program, Clarke donates a portion of its annual sales revenue to non-profit environmental organizations around the world who share Clarke’s values and passion for the planet and community.
Clarke\’s 2018 Sustainability Performance is summarized in an infographic that hits the highlights of our program achievements.
Our 2017 sustainability report is our eighth annual report dedicated to sharing the initiatives and activities that are driving progress towards achieving Clarke’s 2020 Sustainability Goals.
Julie Reiter discusses the impact climate change is having on the spread of vector-borne diseases.
Merus® adulticide uses natural pyrethrins, a botanical insecticide and the only OMRI-Listed active ingredient currently approved for use in adult mosquito control products. Natural pyrethrins are imported from Africa, where flowers from pyrethrum-producing plants are picked by hand, sun dried and sent to a processing plant for extraction of the active ingredient.
Our head of HR and Sustainable Development, Julie Reiter, recently had the opportunity to tell the story of Clarke\’s employee-driven sustainability journey to a reporter with PCT Magazine, and it\’s featured in the April 2018 issue of the magazine.
Sustainability efforts aren’t only for huge, multinational powerhouses. Even for small and mid-sized companies, taking small steps and setting realistic goals, can have a long-lasting positive impact on the environment, company culture and employee morale.