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Questions Raised Over Oil Disposal Sites

As oil and gas drilling booms throughout the state, a new court case has raised concerns about the oversight of so-called landfarms, the privately owned, state-regulated sites used to dispose of the waste produced during the drilling process.

An oil refinery is shown in the Houston Ship Channel in 2011.

As oil and gas drilling booms throughout the state, a new court case has raised concerns about the oversight of so-called landfarms, the privately owned, state-regulated sites used to dispose of the waste produced during the drilling process. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.

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