Landfills needed in western North Dakota for oil waste
Published 10/27/2012, The Associated Press
BISMARCK — The amount of chemically tainted soil and other drilling waste produced in western North Dakota’s thriving Oil Patch has been growing so quickly that the special landfills where it’s disposed are filling up and the state will soon need more of them, state health officials say.Word count: 601
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