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Climate Change

At Source, we recognize that climate change is a global challenge that has the potential to impact our operations. As a service provider to energy companies, we know we have an important role to play in the transition to a lower-carbon economy and with supporting our customers in meeting their ESG and climate change objectives.

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2023 Highlights:
  • At the end of 2023, Source’s total CO2 emissions were reduced by 1.8% compared to the 2019 rate when normalized to operational activity
  • Continued reduction in heavy equipment idle time to 20.3%

Water Management

At Source we are committed to protecting natural water resources and reducing our use of freshwater. In pursuit of this goal, we have engineered our processing facilities with environmental sustainability in mind. Source’s closed-loop water systems enables recycling of water in our production processes to significantly reduce the need for groundwater withdrawals.

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2023 Highlights:
  • 32% of the total water used in production was recycled/reclaimed water – reducing well water usage by 133 million gallons
  • Since 2018, the water recycling program has recycled over 726 million gallons of water

Land Reclamation

Land reclamation is a key activity Source completes at our Production operations. In an effort to actively manage our forested land, reclamation is conducted in stages that correlate with the different phases of the mining of our sand formations. Our approach not only promotes a healthy ecosystem it also eliminates large-scale reclamation operations in the future.

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2023 Highlights:
  • Source reclaimed 38.8 acres within its Wisconsin mining operations
  • Since the program began in 2016, Source has reclaimed over 220 acres of land
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