Sallaway Engineering's closed loop saltwater disposal plant is setting new standards in the growing SWD industry.
Sallaway Engineering Contractors SWD announced the completion of a state of the art saltwater disposal facility near Edmond, OK, a northwest suburb of Oklahoma City. The first of its kind, the fully automated system for recycling saltwater is located in an urban area near local oil production.
"This is new territory" said Patrick Sallaway, Sallaway Engineering Contractors SWD Principal, "We worked closely with our clients the R.C. Taylor Company and Nabors Energy to build beyond the current practices and redefine the standards for lessening environmental impact. The facility is built with the smallest footprint possible."
The new facility utilizes closed loop technology that eliminates the need for unsafe and unsightly exposed water ponds. "The new SWD plant is not a temporary facility", continued Sallaway, "It is purpose-built to long-term industrial standards with structural concrete containment systems for maximum safety."
Built with visual boundaries the Sallaway design incorporates green areas and landscape design with high-tech solutions for light pollution control and noise abatement to provide the industrial facility with a seamless integration into the surrounding community.
The plant design exemplifies Sallaway's commitment to bridge the gaps between business and community. "This is a great example of how the energy industry can be good neighbor."
Sallaway Engineering Contractors SWD specializes in design and construction of saltwater disposal systems throughout the United States. Established in 2006, Sallaway Engineering Contractors SWD are consultants and advocates for clean water. More information about Sallaway Engineering Contractors SWD and best practices in saltwater disposal for the energy industries visit www.sallawayswd.com