Our Facilities

ADVANTEK owns and or operates a number of specialized injection well facilities across the county. These sites accept a wide array of complex materials and provide our customers with permanent sequestration, isolation, or disposal of their complex waste materials using our Always Working Wells™.

 

AWMS KARNES FACILITY

CENTRALLY LOCATED IN THE HEART OF EAGLEFORD ACCEPTING ALL UIC CLASS II WASTES,  Karnes County, TX
Commercial facility practicing safe disposal of all Class II (RCRA exempt) wastes that include completion waste (flowback water, Gel water, friction reducer, etc.), drilling waste (oil and water base mud, cement water, dirty pit water, etc.), production waste (produced water, triazine water, etc.), tank bottoms and washout.  

The facility is conveniently located close to major oil and gas operators in the heart of Eagleford on Texas 72 near Kennedy, TX.

An experienced and dedicated team follows all safety protocol/standards and provides exceptional service with low wait time.

The injection formation is determined with detailed geomechanical analysis to accept various waste types and is confined by formations that prevent the migration of injectate into other zones. Each injection batch is thoroughly analyzed to ensure the integrity of the injection formation and containment of the injected slurry.

Karnes Fact Sheet

 

AWMS SHELBY FACILITY

LOCATED IN THE HAYNESVILLE/BOSSIER AREA ACCEPTING ALL UIC CLASS II WASTES,  Shelby County, TX

Commercial facility practicing safe disposal of all Class II (RCRA exempt) wastes that include completion waste (flowback water, Gel water, friction reducer, etc.), drilling waste (oil and water base mud, cement water, dirty pit water, etc.), production waste (produced water, triazine water, etc.), tank bottoms and washout.  

To ease the commute for our customer, the facility is conveniently located adjacent to the state Highway 7 near Nacogdoches, TX in Haynesville/Bossier area.

An experienced and dedicated team follows all safety protocol/standards and provides exceptional service with low wait time.

The injection formation is determined with detailed geomechanical analysis to accept various waste types and is confined by formations that prevent the migration of injectate into other zones. Each injection batch is thoroughly analyzed to ensure the integrity of the injection formation and containment of the injected slurry.

Shelby Fact Sheet

 

Advantek Cavern Solutions

CENTRALLY LOCATED, BENEFICIAL REUSE NON-HAZARDOUS EMPLACEMENT FACILITY in Hutchinson, Kansas

Commercial facility to beneficially reuse non-hazardous semi-solid and/or solid material into abandoned underground cavern wells located south of Hutchinson in Reno County, KS.

Returned saturated brine solution can be re-used for winter storm preparation for roads, highways, and parking lots or for Oil & Gas projects (drilling/ well control/ well enhancement)

Kansas Fact Sheet

 

Municipal Biosolids Management

City of Los Angeles Digested Sludge, Biosolids, and Brine Injection Project

ADVANTEK’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Geoenvironment Technologies LLC, developed, built, and operates the world’s first permanent facility injecting organic materials (like biosolids and treated sewage sludge). The site also injects brine from the City’s reverse osmosis processes. This facility was developed in partnership with the City of Los Angeles, the US EPA, and the US Department of Energy, and is co-located at the Terminal Island Water Reclamation Plant. Injection operations commenced in July, 2008.

The TIRE project generates substantial environmental benefits through diversion, carbon sequestration, elimination of discharges into waterways, the capture of methane for potential future production, and elimination of truck traffic. TIRE currently manages 100% percent of the biosolids generated at Terminal Island, as well as a substantial amount of biosolids generated by the City from its flagship Hyperion plant. In total, the TIRE facility has managed roughly 20% of all the biosolids generated by the City of Los Angeles over the past decade and has the capacity within its permitted wells to handle up to 50% of the city’s biosolids for the next century.  

The TIRE project received the National League of Cities (NLC) 2010 Award for Municipal Excellence. The award recognizes cities and towns for outstanding programs that improve the quality of life in America’s communities.

Tire Fact Sheet

 

WARD FACILITY – COMING SOON

LOCATED IN PERMIAN BASIN ACCEPTING ALL UIC CLASS II WASTES, Ward County, TX

This commercial facility will be practicing safe disposal of all Class II (RCRA exempt) wastes that include completion waste (flowback water, Gel water, friction reducer, etc.), drilling waste (oil and water base mud, cement water, dirty pit water, etc.), production waste (produced water, triazine water, etc.), tank bottoms and washout. 

The site is coming soon, it will provide easy access to operators in the Delaware and Central basin within West Texas.

The injection formation is determined with detailed geomechanical analysis to accept various waste types and is confined by formations that prevent the migration of injectate into other zones. Each injection batch is thoroughly analyzed to ensure the integrity of the injection formation and containment of the injected slurry.