Ohio University Researchers Get $1.45 Million Grant for Wastewater Treatment Project

From Columbus Business First:
Ohio Third Frontier approved $1.45 million for Ohio University researchers to finalize and commercialize a method to treat produced well water on-site. 
If the project is successful, natural gas drillers in the Utica shale play could have less reliance on oft-maligned underground injection wells, the lead researcher says. 
Third Frontier OK’d the money for the Ohio Shale Platform, a project led by Jason Trembly, associate director of the Ohio Coal Research Center. 
Trembly had requested $2.48 million. The project received $2 million in initial government funding two years ago. 
With the money approved Wednesday afternoon, Trembly is closer to testing and commercializing the wastewater treatment technology within 18 months.
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