LOVINGTON, N.M. (PRWEB) April 02, 2020
Hungry Horse Environmental Service, offering remediation services to the energy industry, announces a license with Cheyenne based, Encore Green Environmental to re-purpose cleaned industrial by-product/produced water for use on land for agriculture and conservation. This announcement begins work in anticipation of the New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium’s work to establish cleaning parameters for produced water land application.
“Our goal is to get ready to put our produced water to good use once the Consortium announces the parameters. Why wait until then to start figuring out the next step? We are licensing the Conservation By-Design™ system to give our arid land the water it needs and to help the energy industry meet their ESG goals,” says John Norris from Hungry Horse.
ESG goals are Environment, Social, and Governance goals that many corporations are now setting to be better stewards of our resources.
“We’re the world’s first agricultural midstream company and we’re excited to work with Hungry Horse to provide cleaned water to arid land,” says Encore Green Environmental’s co-founder Marvin Nash, “If you do that, you get better soil, increased vegetation, and cleaner air through carbon sequestration. Re-purposing this by-product water creates a total ecological solution.”
EGE is a member of the New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium and developer of patent-pending environmental stewardship system, Conservation By-Design™. Hungry Horse and Encore Green have aligned their efforts with New Mexico Governor Grisham’s goals to become better stewards of our environment.
“It’s good that big energy companies are starting to talk about ESG, but the agricultural community has been always the leader of ESG, taking care of our land and doing things the right way. Now is the time for agriculture to take the lead,” says Nash.
Norris agrees, “Agriculture is the perfect midstream partner because it can clean the water to match the soil and see tremendous benefits for not only the individual rancher and energy company, but for the whole environment as well. It’s truly a win-win.”
To read more about Hungry Horse Environmental Services: Hungry-Horse.com
To read more about Encore Green Environmental:EncoreGreenEnvironmental.com
To learn about the Conservation By-Design™ System: EncoreGreenEnvironmental.com/cbd