Oil & Gas Waste Sequestration
Eagle Ford – Westhoff, TX

Explore the Eagle Ford Basin’s solution for permanent, sustainable waste disposal in Westhoff, Texas





Safe, Sustainable Oil & Gas Waste Disposal in Westhoff, Texas

Advantek® Westhoff, one of our two Eagle Ford Shale facilities, is strategically located in the heart of one of the busiest Oil & Gas patches in the country. At Advantek Westhoff, we employ Advantek’s innovative and patented slurry injection technology to securely and permanently sequester oil and gas waste. Our approach ensures the smallest environmental footprint and offers the most cost-effective solution to waste disposal while eliminating any surface liabilities.

Situated near Barnhart Lake, just off of US-87 in DeWitt County, Texas, Advantek Westhoff enjoys an ideal position to cater to the waste disposal needs of oil and gas sites across the Eagle Ford Shale region. Our facility accepts a wide range of waste materials, prioritizing permanent and safe disposal methodology that poses no risk to human and animal lives or the environment. We maintain round-the-clock monitoring of our operations, and our skilled engineers ensure that our processes run seamlessly and safely.

As responsible stewards of the land, we recognize the importance of preserving the natural and historical landmarks surrounding the Westhoff area in DeWitt County. Our Class II injection well facility in Westhoff serves as a safeguard for these invaluable natural treasures. Through deep well injection, we contribute to the preservation of these landmarks, ensuring they remain intact for future generations to cherish and enjoy.

At Advantek Westhoff, we take pride in our commitment to excellence and our dedication to protecting the environment and the communities we serve.

Permanent waste sequestration

Low Prices

Short wait times and fast turnarounds

Cleanest washouts in the basin


CLASS II Deep Injection Well

An Inside Look to our Dewitt County Facility


District Westhoff SWD


8,250 ft


25,000 bbls/day


25,000 bbls/day

Wastes Sequestered

UIC Class II (RCRA Exempt)
  • Cement returns
  • Flowback water
  • Muds
  • Pit waste
  • Premium washouts
  • Produced water
  • Tank bottoms, etc.

Illustration of the CLASS II Deep Injection Well at Karnes County Facility

A Permanent Solution for Managing Complex Waste

Selecting a site for an injection well requires balancing the subsurface, surface, and logistical considerations, and matching them to the waste type, equipment and financial requirements for the project.

The Experience and the Expertise

Our engineers and operational teams have the expertise to design and manage injection projects from start to finish with best practices acquired over decades.