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Marcellus Shale Site Restoration
With Marcellus and Utica shale formations being targeted as rich sources of natural gas, the gas drilling industry has moved forward in their efforts to extract the gas trapped in these formations. Different from conventional natural gas extraction techniques, Marcellus and Utica shale sites are larger, having a greater impact on the surrounding environment.
Marcellus and Utica shale formations and quality restoration go hand in hand, since there will be a greater need to restore these sites, whether it is a natural gas transmission line stream crossing, wetlands impact, re-vegetation of a well site, or other areas that will inevitably be impacted by any aspect of this work.
Ernst Conservation Seeds is able to provide an ecologically sound solution to the re-vegetation of these Marcellus and Utica shale sites by offering 45 years of experience in site restoration. We offer a large selection of high quality, native custom and stock seed mixes formulated with native species to restore these Marcellus and Utica shale drilling sites to a semblance of ecological balance.
We can work with environmental departments, consulting engineers, or design a bio-diverse native seed mix to restore your environmental impact, keeping you in compliance with strict environmental regulations.
Whether it is a site-sensitive restoration or well head wildlife food plot, let Ernst Conservation Seeds help you with your Marcellus and Utica shale restoration efforts.
Marcellus shale drill rig
Well site pad slope
Marcellus shale pipeline
Access road to well site pad