Clean Earth, Inc. Announces Webinar Focused on Recycling Marcellus Shale Drill Cuttings

Clean Earth, Inc. will host the webinar, "Recycling and Reuse of Marcellus Shale Drill Cuttings," on November 12, 2013 at 12 p.m. EST. This webinar will focus on the recycling potential of drill cuttings from the Marcellus Shale gas production industry.

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As we enter Phase II of our Research & Development permit we have made great progress in building data that supports the environmental benefits of this type of waste being recycled.

Hatboro, PA (PRWEB) November 07, 2013

Clean Earth, Inc. a leader in recycling contaminated soils, announced today Averil Rance, Vice President of Environmental, Health, & Safety, will present a webinar in collaboration with Soil Science Society of America to explore the recycling potential of drill cuttings derived from gas exploration and production activities.

As the Marcellus and Utica Shale gas production industries have rapidly grown in the U.S., there is a recognized need to preserve landfill space and protect our environment. Along with this rapid growth come several questions, including: What is the real potential of beneficially reusing drill cuttings rather than employing traditional landfill disposal practices? What recycling or beneficial reuse options are available now that are still cost effective and how can this help your operations?

In the webinar, Recycling and Reuse of Marcellus Shale Drill Cuttings, Clean Earth will elaborate on how Marcellus Shale Drill Cuttings, Horizontal Directional Drill (HDD) Cuttings and Drilling Sediments generated during the gas exploration and production activities could potentially address these concerns and how drill cuttings could play a key role in revitalizing PA brownfields and Act II Sites throughout the state.

Averil Rance, Vice President of EH&S at Clean Earth, Inc. states, "As we enter Phase II of our Research & Development permit we have made great progress in building data that supports the environmental benefits of this type of waste being recycled, to become not only a reusable product, but a reusable, sustainable product that benefits the environment."

The Webinar, Recycling and Reuse of Marcellus Shale Drill Cuttings, will be held on November 12, 2013, 12:00pm EST. To register for this webinar visit: https://www.soils.org/education/online-courses.

The cost is $25.00 per individual for any member of the Soil Science Society of America, the American Society of Agronomy or the Crop Science Society of America, Certified Crop Advisers, Certified Professional Agronomists, Certified Professional Soil Scientists and Certified Professional Soil Classifiers. The cost is $40.00 per individual for non-members.

To register a group, please contact Michele Lovejoy at mlovejoy(at)sciencesocieties(dot)org for group pricing.

Full participants in the live webinar, who are certified, will automatically receive CEUs. CCAs and CPAgs will receive 1.0 CEU in Soil & Water Management. CPSS and CPSC certificants will receive 1.0 CEU in Professional Meetings. Viewing of the live webinar will be automatically added to your record as board approved CEUs.

Clean Earth opened the first and only Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Research & Development Facility in 2011 permitted to treat and beneficially reuse shale drill cuttings. To read more about this facility visit: http://www.cleanearthinc.com/Locations/Williamsport-PA.

About Clean Earth, Inc.

Clean Earth Inc. is one of the nation’s largest specialty waste companies providing recycling and remediation services to energy, infrastructure, commercial and industrial customers along the East Coast of the United States. Headquartered in Hatboro, Pa., it operates a network of 12 full-service facilities servicing New York to Florida, and handles more than three million tons of material annually. Approximately 98% of the material processed at Clean Earth facilities is recycled.


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