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Natural Systems Utilities's top competitors include GreenStep Solutions, Recyclebank and Made Blue.
Natural Systems Utilities
Natural Systems Utilities
NSU is a leading water and energy company that creates innovative solutions, emulating the cycles of nature for a resilient, sustainable future.
GreenStep Solutions
GreenStep Solutions
GreenStep helps companies go green to improve their reputation and save money.
Recyclebank
Recyclebank
Recyclebank empowers individuals to make a collective impact on the environment by increasing household recycling and reducing energy usage.
Made Blue
Made Blue
Made Blue matches the water used or saved by companies, products or services by creating clean drinking water in developing countries: 1 litre for 1 litre.
Founding Date
Founding Date
2007
Founding Date
2008
Founding Date
2004
Founding Date
2014
Type
Type
Private
Type
Private
Type
Private
Type
Private
Tags
Locations
Locations
US HQ
Brewster, US
Fall River, US
Ham Lake, US
Napa, US
Locations
Kelowna, CA HQ
Kelowna, CA
Locations
New York, US HQ
Locations
Leusden, NL HQ
Employees
Employees
681% decrease
Employees
1220% increase
Employees
69
Employees
129% increase
Twitter followers
Twitter followers
N/A
Twitter followers
674
Twitter followers
61.7 k
Twitter followers
146
Alexa Website Rank
Alexa Website Rank
345003
Alexa Website Rank
284888
Alexa Website Rank
157724
Alexa Website Rank
268240
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GreenStep Solutions
HQ
Kelowna, CA
Employees
12↑ 20% increase

GreenStep helps companies go green to improve their reputation and save money.

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Recyclebank
HQ
New York, US
Employees
69

Recyclebank empowers individuals to make a collective impact on the environment by increasing household recycling and reducing energy usage.

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Made Blue
HQ
Leusden, NL
Employees
12↑ 9% increase

Made Blue matches the water used or saved by companies, products or services by creating clean drinking water in developing countries: 1 litre for 1 litre.

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