Excerpts from recent North Dakota edi...

Excerpts from recent North Dakota editorials

There are 3 comments on the Washington Examiner story from Jan 18, 2012, titled Excerpts from recent North Dakota editorials. In it, Washington Examiner reports that:

Who would have thought that disposing of wastewater from small and large man camps would be a problem? But consider: As nearly 510,000 barrels of oil a day are produced in the state's oil patch, workers create another 500,000 gallons of sewer water with only limited means to process or get rid of it.

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Jill

Toronto, Canada

#1 May 9, 2012
... oil wells and empty bags used to haul fracture treatment sand.

Theoretically, that hot stuff should be hauled to Colorado for appropriate disposal.

Right now, it's not clear where that waste is going.

The speed and intensity of development of the ... Comment ?

http://www.topix.com/world/japan/2012/05/fuku...

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Amy

North Bay, Canada

#2 Dec 5, 2012
BDV

Atlanta, GA

#3 Dec 5, 2012
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