Prioritizing ESG Principles Alongside Health and Safety Practices
Greenfield acts as good corporate citizens and has built a business that strives to improve both the environment and the communities in which we operate. By enabling our customers to achieve their environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals, we’re assisting the energy industry’s work to improve sustainability more broadly.
We express our promise to do our part to create a more sustainable world through our commitment to ESG principles and the health and safety of the people engaged in and affected by our infrastructure decommissioning work.
Greenfield recognizes that states, regulators and investors, among many other constituents, are focusing heavily on companies that take steps to improve or protect the environment. In addition to empowering our customers to cut emissions, we’re providing them with the ability to quantify, verify and validate their ESG efforts.
Our customers are primarily engaged in the extraction of fossil fuels. Through our mission, we assist them in three principal ways: (i) responsibly decommission assets that have reached their economic end of life; (ii) measure and eliminate fugitive methane emissions; and (iii) appropriately restore the surrounding land to customers’ preferred state.
Our primary concern is the health and safety of our communities, customers, employees, contractors, visitors and vendors. We value diversity and inclusion as it promotes both general workplace wellness and employee productivity, and endeavor to invest in and source from local suppliers whenever possible. We believe we get the best out of employees when they feel valued, welcomed, accepted and safe.
Integrity underpins our commitment to responsible governance. Our internal policies and procedures support compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations, including securities requirements. Since our founding, Greenfield’s board of directors has provided meaningful and independent oversight to ensure the best interests of all stakeholders.