Drill cuttings

are the broken bits of solid material removed from a borehole drilled by rotary, percussion  , or auger methods. Boreholes drilled in this way include oil or gas well, water wells, and holes drilled for geotechnical investigations or mineral exploration.

The drill cuttings are commonly examined to make a record (a well log) of the subsurface materials penetrated at various depths. In the oil industry, this is often called a mud log.

Drill cuttings are produced as the rock is broken by the drill bit advancing through the rock or soil; the cuttings are usually carried to the surface by drilling fluid circulating up from the drill bit. Drill cuttings can be separated from liquid drilling fluid by shale shakers, by centrifuges, or by cyclone separators, the latter also being effective for air drilling. In cable-tool drilling, the drill cuttings are periodically bailed out of the bottom of the hole. In auger drillng , cuttings are carried to the surface on the auger flights


Cubic cleans the cuttings pits by treating the hazardous materials then disposes/moves the remain sludge in safe way.