When they don’t know what to do with the massive amounts of waste generated from shale gas extraction, they spray it on farmland and call it landfarming. I’m sure the operator diligently tested the waste to make certain it is not too toxic. I’m sure. Aren’t you?
Here is a video showing a landfarm in Cresson, Texas.
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WOW, I can't wait till that fine Texas BEEF starts eating that grass this spring!
Ward in the Woods says
If it's as good for the ground
as they say, why would they give it away for free?
I can't wait to see our local landfarm. I'll keep you posted, and send you pictures.
Every body needs one! This is what the land farm near me looks like with Google Earth Views. I count seven (water?) trucks dumping their load at the very instant the photo was taken. Gee what are the odds on that, they must dumped ALOT at this landfarm!