Marstel-Day Wins Three 2015 EBJ Environmental Awards

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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.

Marstel-Day President and CEO Rebecca R. Rubin

Marstel-Day President and CEO Rebecca R. Rubin

The outstanding awards bestowed on us by the Environmental Business Journal highlight the exceptional work our employees provide to our clients and to our conservation mission.

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 launch of a new business line in environmental gaming.

Marstel-Day CEO, Rebecca R. Rubin, remarked: "The outstanding awards bestowed on us by the Environmental Business Journal highlight the exceptional work our employees provide to our clients and to our conservation mission."

The Silver Medal award for business achievement included Marstel-Day's significant financial growth from 2012 through 2015 (an 83% increase) and winning the capacity to use either of the $99 million (small business) and $250 million (unrestricted) US Army Corps of Engineers Regional Environmental Acquisition Tool contracts.

The Project Merit award in Water recognized Marstel-Day for its work in developing Water Resource Management and Sustainability Plans for five US Air Force bases. Rubin stated, "One of our projects involves work supporting the White House's Council on Environmental Quality for one its Preparedness and Resilience Planning Pilot Studies."

Marstel-Day's innovative Environmental Gaming practice won the award for a new practice area. With the long-term effects of environmental drivers on private, public, and governmental organizations, tailored Environmental Gaming scenarios explore potential solutions for decision-makers requiring options and solutions in water, climate, and energy. "Marstel-Day develops gaming scenarios to examine resiliency, adaptation, and sustainability impacts to their branding, operations, logistics, hard assets and more," Rubin said.

Since its inception in 2002, Marstel-Day has received 17 EBJ awards as an environmental consulting firm.

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