The planned EOG frack sand mining operation in North Texas appears to be an intense operation with full wet/dry plant, rock crushing, etc. There will be huge impacts from this.
Please attend a public meeting to learn more:
Tues. 14 June
Rohmer’s Restaurant (on the north side of US 82 ~2 blocks east of the stoplight)
Thurs. 16 June
Saint Jo, Texas
Civic Center (E side of town square, off US 82)
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Thank you for this important information. I have a buddy who lives in Arkansas near a frack sand mine and it's some bad $hit.
Don Conrad says
Obviously ill-informed. Frac (please note the correct spelling) sand plants are clean operations with little impact on neighboring property and the environment.
And your opinion of FRACKING (please note the spelling) and the associated processes wouldn’t have anything to do with the company you own, Mr. Conrad. Would it?