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GreenHunter Water to Open Frack Water Recycling Plant in Warwood, West Virginia

Chem.info reports that GreenHunter Water has obtained all of the permits necessary to begin removing old structures at a former oil service site in Warwood, West Virginia.  Development of the site for its frack water recycling plant could be finished as soon as February of 2014.  John Jack, vice president of business development of GreenHunter Water, indicated that the site will contain 19 storage tanks, and that GreenHunter Water is expecting approximately 30 trucks per day to arrive at the site, with each truck carrying 100 barrels of fracking brine water.  Eventually, GreenHunter Water would like to implement a barging aspect to the plant, which would help alleviate road traffic.  GreenHunter Water hopes to hire 12 to 20 employees to work at the site.