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Author (up) Masarczyk, J.; Hansson, C.H.; Solomon, R.L.; Hallmans, B. url  openurl
  Title Desalination Plant at Kwk-debiensko, Poland Advanced Mine Drainage Water-treatment Engineering for Zero Discharge Type Journal Article
  Year 1989 Publication Desalination Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 75 Issue 1-3 Pages 259-287  
  Keywords mine water treatment  
  Abstract The river water in Poland has, to a great extent, such a high salinity that it cannot be used as drinking water, agricultural or industrial water. A large environmental project is now under progress in Katowice, Poland, in order to eliminate the wastewater discharge from two coal mines Debiensko and Budryk. The highly brackish water will be desalinated in a reverse osmosis plant, followed by vapor compression distillation with seed crystals (RCC), crystallization and sodium chloride drying. This zero discharge process will produce about 8,000 m3/d drinking water an 370 tonnes/d NaCl. The paper describes the design of the plant. Trial operation of pre-treatment and reverse osmosis in a pilot plant for design of the full-scale plant at Debiensko is described in a separate paper.  
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  Notes Desalination Plant at Kwk-debiensko, Poland Advanced Mine Drainage Water-treatment Engineering for Zero Discharge; Isi:A1989cf92100018; AMD ISI | Wolkersdorfer Approved no  
  Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 9786 Serial 28  
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