Over 100 years combined in immediate upstream and midstream experience.


Return Disposal is composed of a leadership team that is familiar with the needs and wants of E&P ventures of all scales and sizes. We have over 100 years combined in immediate upstream and midstream experience. The past 20 years have seen us plan and execute several successful waste and midstream business plans.



Return Disposal is committed to strong leadership and customer satisfaction. Our entire team continually maintains focus on delivering on our commitments to our customers. We do this while making the Return Disposal family the foundation of our business. This family puts the safety and health of our employees and customers first, with a constant eye towards improving the environments and communities we work in.




Toben Scott was born in Comanche, Texas, on a family peanut farm. He has a wife, Misty, and three school aged children. The Scott Family has lived in Midland, Texas, since 2001.

Toben Scott graduated with a BS in Petroleum Engineering from Texas Tech University in May of 2000. Toben began his career with Phillips Petroleum in Houston, Texas, and was shortly transferred to the Permian Basin for a Drilling Engineer position. Toben gained additional industry experience in production, completions, and operations with Permian independent oil & gas company notables Walsh Petroleum, Fasken Oil & Ranch, and Tandem Energy. Toben launched out on his own in 2005 and founded AggieTechOil, Ltd. with a partner and a desire to grow his own oil & gas company. AggieTech simultaneously founded Sweetwater Water Transfer Service that grew to 200 employees, $1MM/month in EBITDA,  & four regional offices in eight total shale plays across the U.S. Sweetwater sold to Select Energy Services (NYSE: WTTR) in 2010. Toben then founded AggieTechSWD, LLC in 2012 that sold to Oilfield Water Logistics (backed by NGP) in 2014. Toben most recently founded Return Disposal in December of 2017 and, in 12 short months, had already developed two assets in the Midland Basin portion of the Permian Basin.




Bryan Carroll was born in Comanche, Texas, on the largest privately owned dairy farm operation in Texas. He and his wife have one son and one daughter.  

Bryan Carroll attended Eastern New Mexico University where he studied Agricultural Business Management. Bryan managed his family’s retail agricultural feed business during and post-college. Bryan grew a local insurance business in Comanche, Texas, for Farm Bureau from 2004-2014. He began his career in the oilfield in 2013 with AggieTechSWD and built the business to the point that Oilfield Water Logistics (backed by Natural Gas Partners & Mark Cuban) bought out the company in 2014. Bryan stayed on with Oilfield Water Logistics in a business development role from mid 2014 to late 2017 before he & Toben Scott founded Return Disposal.




Misty Scott was born in DeLeon, Texas, and is the wife of Toben Scott, President.

Misty received a BS in Sports Medicine and a MS in Education from Lubbock Christian University. Misty’s first career job was in Houston, Texas, where she work for Houston ISD as an athletic trainer. When Toben & Misty moved to Midland with Phillips Petroleum, Misty was recruited by Midland Christian School as their private Athletic Trainer where she served for six years. Raising a family became Misty’s next profession until her husband Toben recruited her to help him build their first saltwater disposal business. Misty has had an integral role in the founding and growth of all of the Scott business efforts since that time, along with the monumental task of raising three straight A and athletically active kids.

Misty runs the home and the office!