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SCVNews.com | Stay Green Receives Pavley’s ‘Sustainability’ Award | 02-15-2013
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Stay Green CEO Chris Angelo (left) and founder Richard Angelo (right) with Kara Seward,  district director for Sen. Fran Pavley, at Stay Green’s Santa Clarita headquarters.

Stay Green Inc. was the proud first recipient in the Santa Clarita Valley of Sen. Fran Pavley’s monthly sustainability award, which is given to businesses and organizations throughout Pavley’s 27th district that prioritize the environment.

Among Stay Green’s earth-friendly practices are water conservation that has saved millions of gallons throughout the Santa Clarita Valley, turf conversions, green waste recycling and use of organic, sustainable foods for fertilizer. For example, in Santa Clarita’s Fair Oaks Ranch neighborhood, Stay Green’s use of WeatherTRAK water management resulted in an 18 percent reduction – more than 2 million gallons – in water consumption in the first 11 months after the system’s installation.

The award was presented to company founder and Executive Chairman Richard Angelo and President and CEO Chris Angelo on Friday by Kara Seward, district director for Pavley, D-Agoura Hills.

“It’s always an honor to receive recognition for all the hard work you put forth,” Chris Angelo said.

Seward said Pavley has been presenting the awards for the last several years.

“It’s a monthly sustainability award that recognizes businesses working to implement (environmental) strategies,” she said.

She said Stay Green was a natural candidate for the award after seeing the company’s dedication to conservation and sustainability.


About Stay Green Inc.

Stay Green Inc. delivers the quality, expertise and resources that only an industry leader can provide, combining exceptional client service with an unsurpassed reputation for excellence that spans four decades.

Headquartered in Santa Clarita, the company now has more than 300 employees working in five divisions – Landscape Maintenance, Plant Health Care, Tree Care, Water Management Services and Landscape Design/Build Services. Stay Green serves clients throughout Southern California, and exercises positive environmental stewardship through its Sustainability Practices, which are applied across all service lines to help customers protect the environment as well as the bottom line.

Stay Green Inc. is recognized as a leading provider of high-quality landscape services, having achieved a 95 percent customer retention rate, along with receiving the industry’s most prestigious awards. Learn more at www.StayGreen.com.

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