Fracking Recycles During Drought

Fracking Recycles During Drought

Forbes | August 18, 2014 | by Brigham A. McCown

In recent years, the practice of re-using water for fracking is quickly expanding across the country due to expensive water costs and environmental conservation objectives. By using recycled water, $70,000 to $300,000 is saved per well, an astonishing economic benefit. This Innovative technology alone, however, will not drive the continued success of the fracking sites; but with increased investment building more sustainable practices, fracking wells will continue to be both prolific and profitable.

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