LATX Disposals


LATX Operations is an operator of Class II (Non Hazardous) Commercial Disposal Wells located in Rusk, Harrison & Marion Counties of East Texas. Between the three facilities, LATX is currently permitted to dispose of up to 46,000 barrels per day of Exploration & Production Fluid Waste including production salt-water and frac flow-back.

LATX operates state of the art facilities with integral safety and environmental protection features that minimize the risks of spills and offsite surface and subsurface contamination. The well bores LATX operates were drilled specifically for disposal purposes and are not conversions from older existing wells. This minimizes the risk of downtime associated with down-hole complications.

The surface facilities are enclosed with a 36” tall x 8” thick concrete containment wall designed to contain all fluids within the facility in the event of a spill. Unloading is performed with 20 horsepower offload pumps, saving wear and tear on your truck mounted pumps and allowing timely offloading. LATX facilities are staffed twenty four hours per day and feature substantial exterior lighting systems for safe and convenient nighttime unloading.

The Harrison County facility is conveniently located on I-20 at Exit #628 between Waskom and Marshall, just seven miles from the Louisiana state line. The Rusk county facility is located on East FM 1251, 10 minutes from Henderson, 15 minutes from Carthage, or 10 minutes from Tatum. The Hwy 59 facility is located 5 miles North of Jefferson.

HARRISON COUNTY DISPOSAL (click for directions)

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RUSK COUNTY DISPOSAL (click for directions)

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