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Sustainability and the Environmental at ConRes

Environment Management Policy Statement

Continental Resources (ConRes) recognizes that its day-to-day operations can impact both directly and indirectly on the global environment. We have set goals to protect and improve the environment around us through responsible management and by adopting best practices in this area wherever possible.

ConRes works to integrate environmental considerations into our business decisions, incorporates greener alternatives throughout our operations, and requests that our suppliers do the same as well.

Our goals are to:

  • Comply with all relevant legal requirements, codes of practice and regulations.
  • Prevent pollution to land, air and water.
  • Reduce water and energy use.
  • Establish targets to measure the continuous improvement in our environmental performance.
  • Promote environmentally responsible purchasing.
  • Involve the community, customers, partners, suppliers and subcontractors in the implementation of our objectives.
  • Identify and manage environmental risks and hazards.
  • Provide suitable training to enable employees to deal with and meet our corporate environmental goals.
  • Minimize waste and increase recycling within the framework of our waste management procedures.


Our policies involve all employees and make it part of their responsibility to help ConRes work towards our goals and objectives within this framework.

Some of the more recent projects at Continental Resources that promote environmental concerns include:

  • Replacing all the outdated fluorescent fixtures at our corporate headquarters with newer, more efficient models. This resulted in a significant reduction in our electricity consumption.
  • Recycling all paper and packaging.
  • Replacing bottled water with newer technology water fountains so bottles are no longer required.
  • Updating all plumbing fixtures to conserve water.
  • Even something as small as requesting that employees to use the Calibri typeface which, according to an Associated Press article published in April 2010, is one of the more efficient fonts for ink and paper conservation.