New Stanton Facility
This dedicated frac water treatment plant was built at the former site of the Sony American Video Glass plant located at the intersection of I-70 and the PA Turnpike near New Stanton, PA. This 30,000 barrel/day facility is a fully integrated plant consisting of various treatment processes custom designed for the oil and gas industry. Available services at this facility include a 238,000 barrel storage impoundment, sludge dewatering operations, drilling mud disposal, and a 71,500 barrel fresh water supply.
RES Water – Butler was a custom-built facility in 2013 for the oil and gas industry. The facility was designed specifically with customer requests and located at the epicenter of their development. Since 2013, the facility has undergone two expansions to increase the processing capabilities. In addition to recycling 10,000 barrels per day, the facility also maintains 50,000 barrels of storage capacity to meet customers’ long term needs. It has been vital in reducing the cost per barrel processed and trucking expenses for our customer. This facility is a commercial operation with additional producers utilizing its services.
RES Water offers mud disposal without the burden of additional testing or permitting. RES handles the disposal of the waste and submits all the appropriate paperwork to the DEP and customer. Whether the material is from tank bottoms, tank cleanouts, impoundment cleanouts, TENORM waste, or general industry muds, RES completes all the necessary testing to accept the waste and properly dispose of the waste. We have the capability to accept large volumes and we handle all the regulatory paperwork for you.