Service provider companies can now obtain sustainability certification, which was previously only available to product manufacturers. Certification to NSF Protocol P391, North America’s first protocol to define sustainable services, helps companies meet state and federal procurement guidelines for sustainable services as well as demonstrate their commitment to environmental, labor and social responsibility practices.
Our winter playgrounds are under siege – a loss of snowpack as a result of milder and shorter winters are conspiring to end generations of snow-dependent recreation across the globe, says extreme snowboarder, Jeremy Jones. In a newly- posted Vital Voices of the Environment interview with Marstel-Day President and CEO, Rebecca R. Rubin, Jones explains how shrinking glaciers and reduced snow are yet another casualty of climate change, and that without action the future is grim not just for recreationalists, but for businesses and downstream water users.
The new Fredericksburg headquarters for environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day, LLC provided the venue for a panel of small business advocates and Virginia Senator Mark Warner (D) to discuss small business incentive programs in Virginia and the Fredericksburg area in particular. The panel was sponsored by the Fredericksburg Economic Development Authority (EDA) and hosted by Marstel-Day.
Demonstrating industry-beating growth, Marstel-Day has been named to business management services firm, ZweigWhite’s 2013 Hot Firm List for the fifth consecutive year. The Hot Firm list ranks the top 100 fastest-growing US architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting firms. “We are proud to again join an elite group of companies that are key to creating a […]
Demonstrating extraordinary growth for the fifth consecutive year, Marstel-Day, LLC, was named to INC Magazine’s annual list of the nation’s fastest-growing companies overall and fastest growing environmental services firms in particular. “We are proud to again join an elite group of companies that represent a key driving force in our nation’s economic recovery,” said Rebecca […]
The Federal Planning Division (FPD) of the American Planning Association has presented Marstel-Day, LLC with the 2012 “Outstanding Federal Planning Program Award” for the company’s support of the U.S. Air Force Encroachment Management Program. Marstel-Day was competitively selected for this award by an independent panel of faculty members from the Urban Planning and Policy Department […]
Fredericksburg, VA-based environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day was one of only thirty companies awarded the 2013 Alliance for Workplace Excellence (AWE) EcoLeadership Award for its commitment to creating and maintaining a sustainable workplace. As a second-time winner of the award, Marstel-Day again demonstrated its leadership and outstanding commitment to an environmentally sustainable workplace. Award applicants undergo […]
“The opportunity is huge,” says Rebecca Rubin, the founder, president and CEO of Marstel-Day.
The risks facing businesses in managing water have created opportunities for a growing number of Virginia companies.
Since Marstel-Day began operations in Fredericksburg in 2002, the environmental consulting firm has opened offices in California, Texas, Colorado and Mississippi, from which more than 100 employees help corporate clients minimize the consequences of (and contributions to) climate change.
Marstel-Day President and CEO Rebecca R. Rubin stated that Marstel-Day will relocate the company’s Principal Office in Fredericksburg, VA to a new Marstel-Day “campus” across town, consisting of two buildings immediately adjacent to the Fredericksburg train station.
Marstel-Day President and CEO Rebecca R. Rubin today served on a panel at the White House entitled “Climate Change: Discussion with Small Business Leaders.” This is the second time this month that Rubin has participated in a White House event. Earlier in the month, she was recognized as a White House “Champion of Change” for climate resilience.