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Contractor selected for waste cleanup

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BISMARCK — A contractor has been chosen to clean up hazardous oilfield waste that was found dumped illegally in an abandoned gas station in northwest North Dakota.

The North Dakota Department of Health announced Tuesday that it has selected Next Generation Solutions — Secure Energy Services to haul away the filter socks from Noonan in Divide County. Next Generation was the only company that submitted a bid for the cleanup before Friday’s deadline.

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