Brad Harris named Business Manager of Clarke Aquatic Services

Brad Harris has been named Business Manager for Clarke Aquatic Services, which provides nuisance vegetative management in lakes, ponds and waterways, and other aquatic services solutions around the United States.

Harris, who previously served as Regional Manager for Solitude Lake Management, has extensive experience in aquatic weed and algae control, water quality preservation and regulations related to our nation’s lakes, ponds, waterways and stormwater systems.

“Brad brings extensive experience in operations and management in the aquatics industry, which gives him the unique perspective necessary to find an effective solution for our customers’ aquatic management challenges,” said Joel Fruendt, general manager, domestic services for Clarke.

Harris will be responsible for identifying new service areas and offerings through both acquisition and organic opportunities.  His areas of expertise include floating and submersed aeration systems, aquatic weed, algae and cyanobacteria treatments, bathymetric studies, water quality testing and reporting, sediment removal and aquatic biological augmentation.

“We have an amazing and experienced team at Clarke, and are already identifying new protocols and technologies to better serve our customers,” said Harris.  “My most important job is helping this talented team understand its potential and the tremendous opportunities in our field.” Harris will be based in Clarke’s Kissimmee, Fla., office.

About Clarke Consumer Products

Clarke Aquatic Services is one of five companies in The Clarke Group.  The Clarke Group is the leading provider of mosquito control products and services in the United States, and product sales in over 45 countries internationally. A family-owned business since 1946, 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. 


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