When onsite management is not practical, operators may send their produced wastewater offsite to a commercial disposal facility. Offsite commercial disposal is usually a necessity because of the remote location of the fracking operation. When utilizing offsite disposal, the produced wastewater must be transported on roads that are often no more than bulldozed paths through a forest or otherwise over rough terrain. These makeshift dirt roads can in no way be compared to paved roads that are standard in cities and counties or connection roads to interstates and turnpikes. An accidental fracking wastewater spill is not that uncommon, and spillage caused during truck loading is also common. Spilled produced wastewater can eventually make its way to local lakes and streams and even to groundwater. Spilled produced wastewater with harmful chemicals mixed in can kill off surrounding wildlife and livestock in nearby farms.