Petro Waste Environmental

  • Petro Waste Environmental Proposes $5M Oil-Field Waste Disposal Site

    San Antonio-based Petro Waste Environmental, a company that provides environmental services, has proposed an oil-field waste disposal and treatment site for a 204-acre piece of land in Nordheim, DeWitt County, one of Eagle Ford Shale’s busiest drilling areas. The application has been presented to the Texas Railroad Commission for the second time, after being denied in 2013 because of the risk the proposed facility inflicted on the area, possibly causing or allowing pollution to surface or subsurface waters and because of protests by local residents.

    San Antonio 10 August 2014 03:58

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