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.
Our 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.
LATX Operations offers turn-key support and equipment for the management of drilling, completion, and production fluids. We provide transportation and storage for oil field fluids including drilling and completion fluid and freshwater. Additionally we offer disposal of exploration and production fluid waste, including production salt water, frac flowback, and pitwater at our Class II (Non-Hazardous) Disposal Facilities.
LATX Operations believes in adhering to a sound quality management system. Our dedication to a never-ending process of pursuing total excellence in all business functions establishes an environment that sets the market standard for quality, safety, service, and professionalism. Contact LATX Operations today to learn more about our fluid management systems for drilling operations and industrial facilities in Oklahoma, South Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, New Mexico, and the ArkLaTex area.
LATX can supply “specialty” tanks for acid storage and Mud Mixing Systems as well as frac tanks for fluid storage (both conventional and vapor tight vessels for emissions control). Our tanks are designed and constructed to ensure optimal environmental stewardship, offering superior performance for critical containment demands.
Our Quality Management System is second to none in the Industry. We routinely perform field inspections on our equipment providing maintenance to non-conforming vessels. The ultimate goal of our quality assurance program is to place emphasis on detecting defects before they become issues for our customers – we always strive for continuous improvement.
LATX Customers can have confidence in our ability to deliver quality equipment and follow through with consistent maintenance when damages occur with as little interruption in utilization as possible.
LATX Operations provides transportation of fluids as well as pick-up and delivery of equipment.
Our fleet is operated by full-time LATX employees that are experienced, safe, and professional, and we have 24 hour a day dispatch to better support our operations and customers’ fluid hauling needs.
LATX personnel attend continued safety programs to ensure that safety remains our highest priority. For more information about our fluid transportation services and more, contact LATX Operations today.
Through our sister company, Vapor Point, LATX can provide proven solutions in management of EPA and State agency directives (both Standard Permit and Permit by Rule) regarding air regulations.
Vapor Point’s patented hydraulic amalgamation technology provides versatile solutions for the recovery of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and is the answer to controlling Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) and other hazardous air pollutants (HAPs).