Our Efforts to Create a Sustainable Future

Liberty Utilities is actively working to make a positive and durable contribution to a sustainable energy and water future. We are committed to building and operating our business in such a way that promotes this initiative.

Watch the video and read the information below to learn more about the ways we are working towards this sustainable future.


Generating Renewable Energy
Generating Renewable Energy

Changes in cost, innovation, and technology have made generating wind energy cost effective and reliable. Learn more about Liberty’s newest wind energy project and how it’s preparing us to meet the demand for clean energy.

 

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Protecting Endangered Birds
Protecting Endangered Birds

To protect this endangered species and the reliability of our system, Liberty builds nesting boxes to help relocate Osprey from our transformers to a safer location. 


 

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Creating Healthy Habitats for Pollinators
Creating Healthy Habitats for Pollinators

Pollinator gardens help provide a safe environment for the flourishment of our pollinators. With rapidly decreasing population sizes, Liberty is proactively working to create an environement designed for these pollinators. 


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Powering Our Fleet with Alternative Fuel
Powering Our Fleet with Alternative Fuel

In our natural gas and water service areas, our fleet vehicles use Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), helping them to run cleaner and with fewer emissions.


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Recycling Used Tires for Fuel Benefits the Environment
Recycling Used Tires for Fuel Benefits the Environment

Every spring, Liberty Utilities offers a free tire collection and recycling event for our customers. More than 42,000 tires have diverted from landfills since 2012.

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Teaming Up to Protect the Endangered Peregrine Falcon
Teaming Up to Protect the Endangered Peregrine Falcon

Liberty Utilities has teamed up with the Missouri Department of Conservation to foster recovery for the endangered peregrine falcon.

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