Drilling waste is the mud and cuttings generated from drilling a well and from directional drilling and boring for the purpose of pipeline construction and other related below ground boring activities. This directive is designed to • provide the licensee of a well or pipeline with practical and environmentally sound methods to manage drilling waste, and • enable sites used to manage drilling waste to be restored to equivalent land capability. A fundamental principle of this directive is that the proper management of drilling waste is the responsibility of the licensee of the well or pipeline. Content Inside: Introduction, Purpose, Requirements, Enforcement, and Expectations, Overview of Drilling Waste Management Methods, Maximum Drilling Waste Storage Duration, Soil Quality and Assessment for Sites Used to Manage Drilling Waste, General Drilling Waste Sampling and Assessment, Storage of Drilling Waste, Landspray While Drilling, Subsurface Disposal of Drilling Waste While Drilling, Drilling Waste Sample Handling, Analytical Methods, and Calculations. Appendix.
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