SOIL QUALITY MONITORING ALONG THE PURGATOIRE RIVER
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) requires annual soil quality monitoring in accordance with Part 1, Section A.3 (i.e., Reporting Codes 21599 and 50008) of the Colorado Discharge Permit System (CDPS) to monitor the effects of coalbed methane (CBM) produced water discharges into the Purgatoire River on irrigated lands in southeastern Colorado.
In 2006 the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WYDEQ) – Water Quality Division (WQD) finalized the Agricultural Use Protection Policy (AUPP) requiring the annual monitoring of soil quality and crop productivity in areas throughout the Powder River Basin (PRB) of northeastern Wyoming receiving irrigation water containing coalbed methane (CBM) produced water discharges.
AGRICULTURAL INSPECTION SERVICES FOR PIPELINE RIGHT-OF-WAY CONSTRUCTION
Duraroot was tasked to implement and manage an Agricultural Inspection (AI) program during active construction for a 1,172 mile 30-inch diameter crude oil pipeline originating in the Bakken oil field of northwestern North Dakota and traversing South Dakota, Iowa, and finally ending in south central Illinois.
The Town of Superior, Colorado, desired to establish a sod lawn area in one of their community parks for resident enjoyment and recreation. The location reserved for sod lawn establishment formerly served as a disposal location for excavated basement stratum from an adjacent subdivision.
CONFIDENTIAL NATURAL GAS PIPELINE PROJECT IN WEST VIRGINIA
Duraroot used scientific solutions to increase reclamation success while working in the eastern United States. Duraroot proposed decreasing the tons of amendment applied and the subsequent cost reductions equated to more than 50%.