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Friday, June 28, 2013

GreenHunter Water's Site Plan for Wheeling Goes to Vote on July 8

From The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register:
GreenHunter's site plan for the natural gas frack water project in the Warwood section of Wheeling is expected to be up for review again at the 5 p.m. July 8 Wheeling Planning Commission meeting in City Council Chambers. During the June 10 meeting, commissioners determined that GreenHunter needed to address some minor issues before commissioners signed off on the frack water recycling plan.
John Jack, vice president of Business Development for GreenHunter, said his company recycles water for natural gas producers such as Chesapeake Energy, Magnum Hunter, Chevron and others. He said there will be 19 storage tanks at the North 28th Street site, but emphasized the old rusty tanks left over from Seidler's will be dismantled and removed.
He said the Wheeling facility will operate 24 hours per day every day, though he said "90 percent to 95 percent" of the trucks that come through each day will do say during daytime hours. Though Jack said the number of trucks entering and exiting the facility each day could vary widely, he said a "good daily estimate" would be 30.
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