The oil and gas industry is one of Alberta’s key sources of business and development. Clearflow has been working intimately with this industry to manage the various environmental challenges faced on site. Some of the previous oil and gas sites we’ve worked on in the past have included right of ways, reclaimed sites, camps and pipelines.
Slopes are often exposed during construction and excavation of a site. This exposure increases the potential of surface erosion from the elements and man-made influences. Our products are specifically designed to mitigate the impacts of surface erosion.
- Surrounding berms
- Road surfaces
The fine soil particles that are disturbed during wind events or travel can be a serious hazard both to the workers on a site and to the environment. Dust control on a site is often done by water trucks or the application of chemical combinations such as Calcium Chloride or Magnesium Chloride. These chemical combinations have been known to have negative impacts on the environment. Our dust lynx products significantly reduce the amount of water required on site and the costs associated with multiple applications of water trucks or chemical solutions. Additionally our products are designed to be effective on multiple road surfaces and have no detrimental impact to the environment.
- Haul roads
- Open construction site
- Dirt roads
- Oil pads
Produced water, waste water and storm water are some of the major challenges faced on oil and gas sites today. Many sites haul water trucks, hydro-vac trucks and processing units across great distances and increase costs. Our products and systems provide safe, environmentally friendly, and effective methods of treating water on site. We are capable of treating water for recycle, reuse, and release to the environment, all depending on your need. Each site has unique a set of water chemistry. We analyze the unique water chemistry on your site to determine which solution is best. All we need to start is a sample of the water and you are that much closer to clarified water.
- Point source discharges
- Water near sensitive areas