Environmental services firm Dial BioSciences adds two execs

Dial BioSciences, the environmental services unit of Roseland-based Dial Environmental, has added two C-suite executives as it prepares to grow its presence in the market.

The company said in a news release that Philip D. Clark was hired as executive vice president and chief sales officer, while Robert G. Petoia was hired as chief financial officer.

Dial BioSciences uses biomaterials originally developed for medical device implants to eliminate mold at business and home sites.

“Our experienced executive team will bring this green technology to property and casualty insurers, property management, government agencies and builders and homeowners to mitigate and remove mold,” CEO Gerald Smith said in a prepared statement. “Our innovative approach utilizes ‘food-grade’ labeled antimicrobials and Organic Materials Review Institute-certified sealers. The services that Dial BioSciences delivers (are) the first true innovations in mold prevention in decades.”

Clark will lead the company’s sales functions, with responsibility for sales performance, goals and objectives. He most recently was senior vice president of strategic accounts for life sciences consulting firm Maetrics.

Petoia has worked in the audit and tax divisions of large accounting firms, as well as in several CFO or chief operating officer positions with service and technology businesses. Most recently, he was CFO for a field services company with operations in 13 states.