Top Issues Surrounding Fracking
120,000 to 190,000 barrels of fresh water is needed to frack one gas well. The current practice is to pull this water from fresh water sources such as rivers, lakes and aquifers.
Road Wear, Noise and Traffic
Moving the water used at one well can require upwards of 1500 two-way truck trips. This movement causes major damage to rural roads that were not built for this kind of heavy traffic.
Fracking Water Disposal
The current practice is to dispose of waste water that flows back out of a well. Typically this industrial waste has been dumped back down old unused wells, or stored in tailings ponds, endangering wildlife. In 2012 this activity amounted to 730 billion gallons of water completely removed from the fresh water cycle.
The solution NOAH Water Technologies has researched and developed includes a unique set of advanced technologies that are targeted at converting discarded water and waste heat into valuable resources.
Advanced Purification Technology
There is only one way to describe the water processed with our exclusive purification system, healthy. Our processed water finishes even cleaner than before it was used in the fracking process.
The water is not just cleaner—it is better. As a result of our remediation process, the water particles are broken down into smaller clusters which means that it has been improved for both the fracking process, and release into the environment.
Fracking: Smaller water clusters means the water will move more efficiently into the cracks formed in the fracking process.
Environmentally: The smaller clusters allow plants to absorb both water and nutrients in a far more efficient manner.
- Unique Intellectual Property Over 15 years of water remediation and irrigation systems experience
- 30 years of technology development experience
- 25 years of controlled systems engineering
- Our proprietary technology is not sold or licensed
We provide our service at a cost per gallon processed or on a monthly rental agreement, as determined by the application and condition of the water requiring treatment.