The FracSolv(TM) process assists in separating oil and natural gas from the wastewater and reducing the total dissolved solids below current EPA and State drinking water standards of 500 parts per million," stated Bruce Fischer, Chairman of Westmont.
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Unlike public drinking water systems, domestic wells don't have to meet the federal or state drinking water standards.
In early 2007, a production well that is part of the groundwater cleanup system for solvent contamination in North Hollywood was shut down when chromium contamination was detected at levels that significantly exceeded California state drinking water standards.
New Jersey American Water continuously monitors water quality to ensure that it meets or exceeds federal and state drinking water standards and will continue to do so during and often throughout this system maintenance.
587, The FracSolv(TM) process assists in separating oil and natural gas from the wastewater and reducing the total dissolved solids below current EPA and State drinking water standards of 500 parts per million," stated Bruce Fischer, Chairman of Westmont.
In April, the Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board directed Los Angeles County Sanitation District 20 to begin ``in the shortest possible time'' treating groundwater tainted by nitrates to the state drinking water standard of less than 10 milligrams per liter.
Results of water quality testing have confirmed that water quality meets federal and state drinking water standards.
The patent pending, FracPure(TM) remediates flow back brine into cleaned water exceeding all EPA and State drinking water standards of 500 parts per million of total dissolved solids, as well as Pennsylvania's new proposed wastewater requirements set to take effect January 1, 2011.