It shows other companies who want to do good for the environment that going green can benefit any firm.
Fredericksburg, VA (PRWEB) September 02, 2011
Strong year-after-year revenue growth has earned Marstel-Day a third year spot in Inc. Magazine’s annual lists of fastest-growing US environmental services companies and quickest-growing companies overall.
The Inc. 5000 list lauds private US firms that have achieved strong revenue growth over a three-year period. As cited on Marstel-Day’s profile on Inc. 5000’s website (viewable here), the firm’s 2007 revenue of $4.2 million had more than doubled to $8.6 million in 2010.
Marstel-Day ranks No. 34 on the list of fastest-growing environmental services companies and No. 2,327 for companies overall. (The environmental services companies ranking is derived from all environmental services companies listed in the overall Inc. 5000 ranking.)
“We are proud of this award not only because of the efforts that have gone into our revenue growth, but, also, because it shows other companies who want to do good for the environment that going green can benefit any firm,” said Marstel-Day president Rebecca Rubin.
In addition to its normal business practices of environmental services and conservation, Marstel-Day’s employees and offices are devoted to decreasing the firm’s carbon footprint and increasing the Company’s sustainability. The Company and its employees also promote an ethic of environmental awareness that is shared with clients. To meet this mission, the company’s Green Vision Council assists in developing plans, monitoring implementation and reporting back on progress in areas including energy efficiency, consumption, electronics management, and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
Fredericksburg, Va.-based Marstel-Day is a certified woman-owned, HUBZone small business concern that holds multiple federal prime contract vehicles. The company has additional offices in Oakland, Calif., and Alexandria, Va. Marstel-Day has received numerous awards for its “green” approach to environmental services including the 2010 Tayloe Murphy Resilience Award from the University of Virginia emphasizing green ethics and a commitment to maintaining business locations in areas of high unemployment and low income (viewable on the UVA website and a local write-up), as well as other environmental business achievement awards received every year for the past seven years from Environmental Business International.
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