Is the Water Crisis the End of Fracking?

We are facing a water crisis, not just on a local level, but on a global level.

There are 663 million people living today without access to clean water. Most of these people live in rural areas that are isolated, but recently, we have started to experience the water crisis much closer to home.  Whether this crisis is due to the crumbling infrastructure, like in Flint, or the water crisis has arisen from serious droughts, like in California, Americans aren’t exempt from it. In fact, many cities all over the U.S. are experiencing water shortages, and those shortages could mean the end of water that is cheap and clean.

What does this mean for fracking?

It’s no secret that hydraulic fracturing uses large amounts of water. Although fracking has been unfairly blamed by some for the water crisis, both agriculture and landscaping use exponentially more water, and luckily, there is a way to make fracking much less wasteful. Here at Well Water Solutions, we offer a variety of innovative products and services, including above ground frac tanks and waste water filtration. With our solutions on your side, you can stop using fresh water and start reusing waste water. With Well Water Solutions, the water crisis doesn’t have to lead to an energy crisis!

With the global water crisis we are all facing, water conservation is essential in every industry, and the energy sector is no exception. Our waste water treatment makes it easy to preserve fresh water while still accessing the natural gas we rely on. Visit us online to learn more!


Our Director
Willaim wright

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