Reams Construction Co. (RCC) offers treatment and recycling services for Exploration and Production (E&P) generated waste from down hole sources including:
Our facility is constantly undergoing expansion as well as maintaining compliance with Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) to accommodate the changing requirements of gas and oil exploration.
You are protected through a pristine chain of custody ensuring that the waste stream is properly tracked. Rest assured that our fully trained drivers and site attendants accept only permitted waste streams.
Since 2004 Reams Construction Co. has designed and constructed their unique facility to be an environmentally sound model in the E&P treatment and recycling industry. We strive to not only meet regulations but to exceed them, and plan on further expanding the facility while implementing new, environmentally friendly technology.
The facility is built on an area that is geologically sound for Exploration and Production (E&P) wastewater treatment. The 80 Pond Evaporative Facility is located on Hwy. 141, 4.5 miles southeast of Naturita, Colorado. The 12.5-acre operational area consists of a receiving area, a tank farm, five impoundments and three land farm cells.
Family owned Reams Ranch has the third water right on the San Miguel River and all water rights to nearby Naturita Creek, ensuring you will always have access to a fresh water source. Our primary pump station is located approximately 1 mile north of the facility on Naturita Creek. During droughts, pump stations are available on ranch property approximately 5 miles north of the facility at the Tomcat Gravel Pit, at the main ranch buildings on the San Miguel River, and approximately 10 miles east of the facility on Naturita Creek near Redvale, Colorado.