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SNR Engages with Energy Lobby for Green Tax Credits

SNR Engages with Energy Lobby for Green Tax Credits

As a proponent of smart green business practices, Synergy Natural Resources has enlisted CPS Strategies, a governmental and public affairs company run by Cynthia Garst in Atlanta, GA to coordinate efforts to gain recognition of the environmental benefits gleaned from the use of the PASS Box™ logistical method.

Use of the PASS Box™ promotes the exploration and safe extraction of domestic fossil fuels by reducing logistical bottlenecks and thereby ultimately reducing carbon footprints and promoting U.S. energy independence. Additionally, the uniquely patented design of the PASS Box™ eliminates the threat of harmful particulates such as respirable crystalline silica (RCS) (commonly found at sand quarries and emitted during traditional transportation methods) from being released into the atmosphere. RCS has been shown to cause a variety of health problems, including silicosis, increased risk of lung infections, obstructive lung disease, and lung cancer. PASS Box™ customers’ elimination of the RCS threat certainly deserves recognition and credit.

CPS Strategy’s extensive political network and alliances with major energy players make it an ideal partner with which to achieve the recognition and potential tax benefits that PASS Box™ customers deserve.

Cites: Wisconsin Department of Health Services; U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration

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