Program recognizes organizations’ efforts to minimize impact on Colorado’s environment
DENVER (October 15, 2019) – Crestone Peak Resources earned a 2019 Bronze Achiever award from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s (CDPHE) Environmental Leadership Program (ELP) for efforts to minimize its impact on Colorado’s environment.
The ELP is a statewide environmental recognition and reward program that highlights commitment to continual environmental improvement by voluntarily going beyond compliance with state and federal regulations.
“This award is particularly important to us because as Coloradans living and working in this state, we value the natural resources Colorado has to offer,” said Tony Buchanon, president and chief executive officer of Crestone Peak Resources. “Environmental stewardship is at the core of our approach to operations and we create and invest in opportunities that minimize our drilling footprint and the impacts on the land, air and water.”
Crestone uses several strategies to minimize the temporary impact of operations on the environment and neighboring communities, including efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and conserve water quality. For further information on Crestone’s efforts, visit its CDPHE’s ELP company profile.
For more information on Crestone’s stewardship efforts, visit the ‘operations’ tab of the website.