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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

ADEQ Idealistic Photos

Posted By on Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 2:20 PM

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Guess which one of these pictures (showing a land-application site for drilling fluids) was shown to an audience of concerned citizens in Prairie County at an ADEQ hearing last night.  The picture was used to quell fears that fluids would be applied improperly, and if done correctly would look like the picture on the left.  Most of the pictures I have seen from ADEQ inspection reports of these facilities look like the picture on the right.  In fact, the picture on the left is from a land-application site in Greenwood, AR.  I wonder why these don't show up at ADEQ meetings more often...
 

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