Recently, one of the largest oil and gas producers in the Utica Shale significantly grew their fracking operation near a small residential area in Ohio, resulting in local concerns about dramatically increased truck traffic–and in turn, clogged township and county roads, troublesome dust and noise, and necessitated road maintenance.
Paved surfaces are quite possibly the most prevalent human-made structures on the planet, and, as a result, the choice of what paving materials to use is a significant one.
Regulations on oil and gas industries are necessary to ensure safety, environmental protection and smooth operations, but what are the impacts on production?
This article takes a look at how reclamation techniques can be used to combat and prevent erosion of usable land and how land can be effectively, permanently reclaimed.
Roads built using conventional materials are associated with numerous environmental problems. Thankfully, there’s a solution to the issue, and we now have the technology to construct green roads.