New Salt Water Disposal Site | VideoChris Williams | 8/2/2012
"It`s really a simple operation. We`re taking water that needs to be disposed of, transporting it here, and then we`re disposing of it here," said General Partner Eric Benavides.
There are a few steps truckers and their water have to go through. When drivers pull into the station, they have to fill out paperwork about what type of water they`re carrying.
"We put in a hose, which is a four inch hose, which will actually pull the water out of the truck," Benavides added.
After the trucks unload the water, it travels six feet underground to storage tanks, and then a 900 psi pump puts the water back in the ground for good. This disposal station is different than others because of the material it can take.
BoreJacks also uses technology to help the drivers unload their supply.
"Yea, it`s more convenient. It`s automated as far as the water goes it`s automated. We don`t have to do much at all. Hook up our hose, and it takes care of the water, and we`re outta here," said truck driver Tony Dugmore.
From time the trucks pull in, to the time they pull out, the process takes about 25 minutes.