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.