Groundwater Contamination through Fracking is Emerging Environmental Issue

September 2, 2016

According to the Groundwater Foundation, fracking is becoming a hazard to the groundwater in the U.S. Fracking is an oil and gas well development process that uses water in high pressure to increase the flow of oil or gas (or both) into bedrock. This is done through a well, and the process is used to […]

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Stoke’s Law, Terminal Velocity and Other Great Movie Names

August 2, 2016

The old adage that oil and water don’t mix is somewhat true, but when it comes to fracking, oil and water can – and do – mix, and it can cause environmental pollution and other problems to living beings. HYDRASEP has developed a system to separate oil and other immiscible liquids from water. This system […]

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Solutions for Stormwater Remediation Sees Swell in Bioswales

July 2, 2016

Forget acid rain. After flowing across roadways, gutters and ditches, water from storms can be full of pollutants, which can settle in ground water and pollute the environment if not treated. Think about the fluids from vehicles left behind on roads, shoulders and parking areas, or the trash collecting along sidewalks and fields. All of […]

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Treating Produced Water from Fracking

June 1, 2016

Produced water is made up of what is under the layer of oil in a reservoir, which occurs naturally, and the water injected into crevices through fracking. When used to increase the production of oil or natural gas, the naturally-occurring and injection water combine with the oil for the total fluid obtained, and the water […]

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Renewable Resources Need Effective Separation Processes

May 3, 2016

Biodiesel is a more environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional fossil fuels. Developed from recycled oil rendered from animals (lard), soybeans and other fats used mostly for cooking, biodiesel is not only approved by the Environmental Protection Agency, but it also has reached a production of a billion gallons to date in the United States along. It’s […]

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HYDRASEP® in the News

November 11, 2015

Watch the news interview with our owner Larry Matthews. In the interview, Larry discusses how the HYDRASEP® can help with an oil spill. HYDRASEP® in the News

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