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Author Aytas, S.O.; Akyil, S.; Aslani, M.A.A.; Aytekin, U.
Title Removal of uranium from aqueous solutions by diatomite (Kieselguhr) Type Journal Article
Year 1999 Publication Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry Abbreviated Journal
Volume 240 Issue 3 Pages 973-976
Keywords acid mine drainage; actinides; adsorption; aqueous solutions; clastic rocks; concentration; decontamination; diatomite; experimental studies; isotherms; laboratory studies; metals; pH; physicochemical properties; pollution; remediation; sedimentary rocks; solutes; sorption; techniques; uranium; uranyl ion; waste disposal; waste water 22, Environmental geology
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Notes Removal of uranium from aqueous solutions by diatomite (Kieselguhr); 2000-058980; References: 18; illus. incl. 3 tables International (III); GeoRef; English Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 5964 Serial 471
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Author Benkovics, I.; Csicsák, J.; Csövári, M.; Lendvai, Z.; Molnár, J.
Title Mine Water Treatment Anion-exchange and Membrane Process Type Journal Article
Year 1997 Publication Proceedings, 6th International Mine Water Association Congress, Bled, Slovenia Abbreviated Journal
Volume 1 Issue Pages 149-157
Keywords uranium mining Hungary Mecsek Ore Mining Company waste water mine water chemistry nano-filtration reverse osmosis pilot plant mine water treatment treatment
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Notes Mine Water Treatment Anion-exchange and Membrane Process; 1; FG 6 Abb., 2 Tab.; AMD ISI | Wolkersdorfer Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 9530 Serial 455
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Author Berg, G.J.; Arthur, B.
Title Proposed mine water treatment in Wisconsin Type Book Chapter
Year 1999 Publication Sudbury '99; mining and the environment II; Conference proceedings Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords metals mines pollutants pollution remediation tailings United States waste water water water management water quality water resources water treatment Wisconsin 22, Environmental geology
Abstract Water quality standards are driving wastewater effluent limits to ultra-low levels in the nanogram/L range. Standards are proposed that require discharges to match background water quality. The new ultra-low level standards require cautious sampling techniques, super clean laboratory methods and more advanced treatment technologies. This paper follows a case history through water quality standards for ultra-low metals, laboratory selection, and the design of a wastewater treatment system that can meet the water quality standards which are required to permit a proposed copper and zinc mine in Northern Wisconsin. A high degree of care must be taken when sampling for ultra-low level metals. Both surface water and treated effluent samples present new challenges. Sampling methods used must assure that there are no unwanted contaminants being introduced to the samples. The selection of a laboratory is as critical as the construction of a state of the art wastewater treatment system. Treatment methods such as lime and sulfide precipitation have had a high degree of success, but they do have limitations. Given today's ultra-low standards, it is necessary to assess the ability of reverse osmosis, deionization, and evaporation to provide the high level of treatment required.
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Publisher Sudbury Environmental Place of Publication Sudbury Editor Goldsack, D.; Belzile, N.; Yearwood, P.; Hall, G.J.
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Notes Proposed mine water treatment in Wisconsin; GeoRef; English; 2000-043747; Sudbury '99; Mining and the environment II--Sudbury '99; L'exploitation miniere et l'environnement II, Sudbury, ON, Canada, Sept. 13-17, 1999 illus. incl. 5 tables Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 16588 Serial 451
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Author Brunet, J.-F.
Title Drainages miniers acides; contraintes et remedes; etat des connaissances--Acid mine drainage; problems and remediation techniques; state of the art Type Journal Article
Year 2000 Publication Principaux Resultats Scientifiques – Bureau de Recherches Geologiques et Minieres Abbreviated Journal
Volume 1999/2000 Issue Pages 97-98
Keywords acid mine drainage; cost; decontamination; dissolved materials; efficiency; metals; pollutants; pollution; regulations; remediation; sulfides; technology; waste water; water treatment 22, Environmental geology
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Notes Drainages miniers acides; contraintes et remedes; etat des connaissances--Acid mine drainage; problems and remediation techniques; state of the art; 2002-059955; France (FRA); GeoRef; French; English Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 5888 Serial 429
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Author Curi, A.C.; Granda, W.J.V.; Lima, H.M.; Sousa, W.T.
Title Zeolites and their application in the decontamination of mine waste water Type Journal Article
Year 2006 Publication Informacion Tecnologica Abbreviated Journal
Volume 17 Issue 6 Pages 111-118
Keywords adsorption decontamination effluents industrial waste ion exchange metallurgical industries metallurgy mining mining industry porosity wastewater treatment zeolites zeolites decontamination mine waste water genesis porosity adsorption ionic exchange mineral metallurgical effluents mercury pollution artisan mining activities heavy metals removal metal mining effluents mercury vapors ovens fire amalgams Manufacturing and Production
Abstract This paper describes the genesis, structure and classification of natural zeolites, including their most relevant properties such as porosity, adsorption and ionic exchange. The use of natural zeolites in the treatment of effluents containing heavy metals is reviewed based on current literature. These uses are focused on mineral-metallurgical effluents and mercury pollution related to artisan mining activities. The study shows that natural zeolites are efficient in removal of heavy metals in metal mining effluents, can be produced and improved at a low cost, and can also be used to adsorb mercury vapors from ovens used to fire amalgams.
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Notes Zeolites and their application in the decontamination of mine waste water; 9532002; Journal Paper; SilverPlatter; Ovid Technologies Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 16784 Serial 409
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