Meeting Set for April 15 on Re-Classification of Coshocton County Injection Wells

From Kallanish Energy News:
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has scheduled an April 15 public meeting on draft permits to allow Buckeye Brine to switch its Class 2 brine injection wells in Coshocton County to Class 1 facilities, to handle other industrial liquid wastes. 
The facility currently takes brine water from hydraulic fracturing at its three injection wells in Coshocton in east-central Ohio, Kallanish Energy reports. The company has been handling roughly 600,000 gallons of brine per year from Utica Shale production.
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