Month: April 2019

Soil Remediation and the Environment

Soil Remediation and the Environment Soil contamination—also known as soil pollution—is caused by the presence of manmade chemicals in the natural soil environment. It is often caused by some form of industrial activity, agricultural chemicals or the improper disposal of waste. The most common chemicals involved in soil pollution are petroleum hydrocarbons, pesticides and lead …

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Recovering Drilling Muds and Drill Cuttings for Beneficial Reuse

Recovering Drilling Muds and Drill Cuttings for Beneficial Reuse Drilling mud—also called drilling fluid—is an essential component of the drilling process. Drilling mud aids in the process of drilling a borehole into the earth. Such holes are drilled for oil and gas extraction, core sampling and a variety of other purposes. The fluid is used …

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