Carroll County Water Treatment Plant to Open December 1

From Crain's Cleveland Business:
It's no secret that hydraulic fracturing uses a lot of water — generally, between 3 million and 7 million gallons per well — and a lot of that water comes from city water plants, lakes and other surface-water sources. But, in the Utica hot spot of Carroll County, drillers soon might be reusing more of their flowback water to frack future wells, thanks to a new water recycling plant. 
The plant, owned by Youngstown-based equipment rental company Iron Eagle, was designed by Rettew Flowback in North Canton and will have the capacity to recycle about 588,000 gallons of water per day, said Rettew spokeswoman Holly White. It is located in Sherrodsville.
You can read the entire story by clicking here. 

Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter!

Popular posts from this blog

Fracktivist in Dimock Releases Carefully Edited Video, Refuses to Release the Rest

The Second Largest Oil and Gas Merger - Cabot and Cimarex

Josh Fox Takes Another Approach to Attacking Oil & Gas Industry: They Don't Care About Worker Safety