Innovative, cost-effective and environmentally-responsible oilfield waste services throughout Texas and New Mexico
Dedicated to reliability, sustainability and efficiency, Trinity Environmental Services provides the oil and gas industry with superior waste management services across the well life cycle, from drilling through completion and production. Based in Austin, Texas, and with operations spanning Texas and New Mexico, Trinity offers the disposal of produced and flowback water, E&P waste, including NORM, as well as cleaning services and the sale of commercial brine and fresh water. Our results driven, cost effective approach enables us to reduce operating costs and capital expenditures for E&P operators. This, along with an uncompromising commitment to the safety and wellbeing of our employees and the communities in which we serve, is our top priority.
20 locations across Texas & New Mexico
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With 26 SWD facilities across Texas and New Mexico, we are ready 24-hours-a-day to meet your saltwater disposal needs.More details
E&P Waste Disposal
Our state-of-the-art salt caverns dispose of and recycle E&P waste in the most environmentally responsible means possible.More details
From vacuum and end dump truck washouts to confined space frac tank cleaning, we provide 24-hour-a-day washout services.More details
A commitment to cost-effective, environmentally-conscious solutions
We strive to find environmentally conscience, innovative solutions to industry challenges. Saltwater disposal is one of the largest infrastructure issues for E&P operators and often represents their single largest production expense. With Saltwater Disposal (SWD) facilities located throughout the Permian Basin, the Eagle Ford Shale, the Barnett Shale, and South Texas, Trinity’s strategic locations and 24/7 availability provide ease of access to E&P operators.
Most of our SWD’s are fully automated, minimizing the risk of releases and reducing downtime and cost per load. Additionally, our pipeline-focused SWD growth strategy has resulted in up to 30% reductions in total lease operating expenses for Permian operators. Utilizing pipelines decreases operator transportation expense, while increasing available development capital.
To dispose of E&P waste, Trinity operates salt caverns in South and East Texas. Compared to alternative disposal methods, salt cavern injection disposal offers numerous environmental, technical and operational advantages. The caverns, located well below groundwater, are surrounded by impermeable formations of salt to safely contain and isolate the waste. This unique method is extremely geologically stable and is stringently regulated, attesting to our commitment to responsible, environmentally sound practices.