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Marstel-Day is an environmental consulting firm that helps clients manage and prepare for environmental issues that could affect their operations. Founded in 2002, the company’s clients range from federal and state government agencies to universities and businesses. They have also been recognized as one of the fastest growing private environmental services firms in the United […]

Marstel-Day Wins Three 2015 EBJ Environmental Awards

Marstel-Day, LLC has been awarded three prestigious business achievement awards by the Environmental Business Journal for the company’s work in the environmental industry. For 2015, Marstel-Day received the Silver Medal award for Business Achievement; a Project Merit award for its project-specific efforts in water conservation and sustainment; and the “New Practice Area” award for its […]

Marstel-Day Wins Major Contract Award

FREDERICKSBURG, VA—Marstel-Day, the Fredericksburg, Virginia-based environmental and conservation consulting firm, today announced receipt of a significant new contract with the Mobile District of the US Army Corps of Engineers. The contract will provide Marstel-Day access to $99 million in contract capacity for its environmental, land-use planning, conservation, planning and strategic planning services in support of […]

Marstel-Day Awards 2nd Annual Scholarship to University of Mary Washington Student

University of Mary Washington (UMW) junior, Maggie Magliato, accepted the “Innovation in Environmental Stewardship Award” during Marstel-Day’s annual “Green Gala” event on December 8 at the Olde Silk Mill. Marstel-Day established the $2,500 cash award in 2014 to reward a rising senior at UMW. Maggie has focused her environmental studies on a double-major in biology […]

The Small Business Of Saving A Small Planet

For another take on the policy angle, check out the US environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day, which lists the US Defense Department among its major clients. Last week, Marstel-Day CEO Rebecca Rubin outlined the need for a cultural shift in order to achieve climate goals, arguing that small business has a vital role to play: While I applaud big […]

Marstel-Day CEO Identifies Missing Link in Paris Climate Talks: Small Business

Focus on Nations and Big Businesses Misses 99.7% of the U.S. Employers As government and business leaders gather in Paris for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, aka COP21, there is an important element missing – small businesses – according to Rebecca R. Rubin, President and CEO of 13-year old international environmental consulting […]

Soul River Founder and CEO Speaks at Marstel-Day’s Stand With Wildlife Event

Shares His Journey from PTSD to Connecting Veterans and Youth Fredericksburg, VA (October 20, 2015) – Chad Brown, Navy vet, fly fisher, and founder of Soul River Runs Deep and Soul River Runs Wild, shared the inspiration behind the name for his company during his talk on October 15, as part of Marstel-Day’s #StandWithWildlife campaign: […]

Proxios Serves as a Platinum Sponsor of Marstel-Day’s 2015 Green Gala

Richmond-based Proxios, a pioneering company in IT as a Service (ITaaS), has announced it will be a platinum sponsor of the upcoming Marstel-Day’s Green Gala, being held on December 8, 2015, at the Olde Silk Mill in Fredericksburg, VA. Click here for the full Press Release by Proxios Share this

Marstel-Day Partners with Jane Goodall Institute, Hugh Mercer Elem. to Inspire Children to #StandWithWildlife, Oct. 6

Fredericksburg, VA (September 29, 2015) – Environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day has partnered with the world-renowned Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) and Fredericksburg’s Hugh Mercer Elementary to teach the school’s kindergarten through second-grade students about chimpanzees, wildlife conservation, and JGI’s community conservation and environmental education programs. The event will take place on Tuesday, October 6 at Hugh […]

Oakland Zoo Conservation Director Offers Solutions to Human-Wildlife Conflict at Marstel-Day’s “Stand With Wildlife” Campaign

Oakland, CA (September 18, 2015) – Conflicts inevitably occur as people and animals share the planet and its food, water, and space, and solutions depend on humans doing what’s best for wildlife, according to Oakland Zoo Conservation Director Amy Gotliffe. Gotliffe spoke at international environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day’s Stand With Wildlife Campaign event, hosted by […]