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Clarke release 3.7

March 07, 2012
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Clarke Names Brett Bultemeier as Water Resource Manager

ROSELLE, Ill. – Clarke, a leading environmental products and services company, has named Brett Bultemeier as Water Resource Manager. From Clarke’s Florida offices, Brett will be consulting on all Clarke’s aquatic services, providing technical expertise and coordinating water management programs.

“Brett’s experience working with traditional and emerging herbicides, in addition to his understanding and respect for the aquatic ecosystem makes him a great resource for our customers,” said Mike Muldoon, Director of Domestic Sales. “His direction will help Clarke continue to develop and expand our aquatics capabilities.”

Clarke offers customers aquatic habitat management solutions, including aquatic invasive species management, mitigation, algae control, assessment training and aeration systems.

Joel Fruendt, VP and General Manager for Clarke, adds: “The expertise Brett adds to the Clarke team will broaden the exposure of our unique Clarke Conserve TM Aquatic Precision Application System and the many benefits it provides.”

Bultemeier has a BS in Environmental Studies and Biology from Manchester College, an MS from the University of Florida and will complete his PhD at University of Florida this year. He has been instrumental in helping to craft training programs for aquatic technicians, has been on the forefront of new herbicides and has worked extensively throughout the state of Florida on waterway and aquatics management.

About Clarke

Clarke is a global environmental products and services company. A family-owned business based in Roselle, Ill., our mission is to make communities more livable, safe and comfortable for families around the world. We do this by pioneering, developing and delivering environmentally responsible mosquito control and aquatic services to help prevent disease, control nuisances and create healthy waterways. For more information, visit

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