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 find and refine petroleum in rock formations throughout the nation.
While fracking is creating a boom in gas prices, it is having a negative effect on our groundwater supply. Pollutants including oil, gas and other chemicals are mixed into the water existing in wells as well as that being injected into the bedrock. To save the consumable water supply, HYDRASEP uses a low-flow system to move oil and other substances from water. Once those contaminants are removed, the treated water can be reused. In fact, the HYDRASEP system is designed to handle This system is specifically designed to handle extreme changes in the flow rate and water contamination, and it’s exceptionally adept at treating liquids in multi-well fracking systems.
HYDRASEP is an economical resource for separating oil and gas resulting from fracking. The system does not use meshes or filters and has no moving parts that can fail, which makes it a low-maintenance approach resulting in high-performance results.
For more information about HYDRASEP’s groundwater treatment system for the fracking industry, contact HYDRASEP at 662-429-4088 or toll free at 800-646-5439.