Environmental management company first to receive certification from NSF Sustainability

Feb. 15, 2013

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — As the first company to earn certification they’ll be able to differentiate its services and pursue preferred vendor status.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. and FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — NSF Sustainability, a division of global independent public health organization NSF International, has certified environmental management company Marstel-Day to North America’s first sustainability assessment protocol for services and service providers — officially named NSF P391: General Sustainability Assessment Criteria for Services and Service Providers, according to a press release.

Based in Fredericksburg, Va., Marstel-Day is an environmental management company focused on land conservation and restoration, climate adaption, water resources, smart growth, sustainability, program management and analysis services.

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As the first company to earn certification to NSF P391, Marstel-Day is able to differentiate its services and pursue preferred vendor status with organizations seeking more sustainable operating solutions.

This includes local, state and federal government agencies and others attempting to comply with U.S. Executive Order 13514, which helps ensure that 95 percent of government contracts include products and services with sustainable attributes (e.g. energy and water efficiency, recycled content). Many of these sustainable attributes are included in criteria for NSF P391.

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 “Credibility and trust are paramount to organizations seeking sustainable service providers. By being the first company to achieve certification, Marstel-Day is demonstrating its dedication to assessing its internal practices, increasing efficiencies and achieving more sustainable operational practices,” said Tom Bruursema, general manager of NSF Sustainability.

Read the entire press release here.

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