The American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) is pleased to announce that Fredericksburg, Virginia based Marstel-Day has joined the American Sustainable Business Council.
In celebration of its tenth anniversary, Marstel-Day, LLC amped up its Earth Day Campaign, with nearly 90 of its employees fanning out to help green the cities where the company is located – Oakland, CA and Fredericksburg and Alexandria, VA. The company’s remote employees in Mississippi, North Carolina, and Ohio also participated in local events from those locations.
Will Travis, Retired SF Bay Conservation and Development Commission Executive Director, Joins Marstel-Day Advisory Council.
Rebecca R. Rubin, CEO and Managing Partner of Marstel-Day, LLC, an environmental and conservation consulting firm based in Fredericksburg, Virginia, today announced the addition of USMC Retired Major General E. Gray Payne to her firm’s Advisory Council. In making the announcement, Rubin said, “Major General Payne’s insight into Marine Corps issues, operations and the potential for further greening of the military will be invaluable to us.”
Mayor Tom Tomzak signs the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement making Fredericksburg the 12th city in the state to do so. The agreement urges the federal and state governments to enact polices and programs to meet or beat the target of reducing global warming pollution levels to 7 percent below 1990 levels by 2012.