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Author (up) Fricke, J.; Blickwedel, R.; Hagerty, P.
Title Biotreatment of metal mine waste waters; case histories Type Journal Article
Year 1997 Publication Open-File Report US Geological Survey Abbreviated Journal
Volume Of 97-0496 Issue Pages 25
Keywords abandoned mines acid mine drainage bacteria bioremediation chemical composition concentration efficiency geochemistry metals mines pollution remediation USGS waste water water quality water treatment
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Notes Biotreatment of metal mine waste waters; case histories; 1; GeoRef: 98-68755 160101 / 0; AMD ISI | Wolkersdorfer Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 9627 Serial 375
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Author (up) Godard, M.
Title Principes d'exhaure et de traitement des eaux chargees aux houilleres du bassin de Lorraine. Darstellung der Verfahren zur Wasserhaltung und zur Wasseraufbereitung in den Steinkohlengruben des Lothringer Beckens. Draining principles and treatment of water used in the Lorraine mining basin Type Journal Article
Year 1997 Publication Mines et Carrieres Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Feb Pages 42-45
Keywords Steinkohlenbergbau Frankreich Industrieabwasser Kläranlage Absetzbecken Schlammabscheidung Schlammpumpe Versatz=Bergbau Kolbenpumpe Kreiselpumpe Wasserhaltungspumpe Kohlenschlammpumpe Kosteneinsparung Systemoptimierung Abwasserbehandlung Stoffführung Untertagebau Grubenwasserhaltung
Abstract Im lothringischen Steinkohlenbergbau werden bis 3 m(exp 3)/min Wasser bei den Gewinnungsarbeiten zur Staubbekämpfung benötigt, die anschließend einer mehrstufigen Wasseraufbereitung zugeführt werden müssen. Die Abscheidung der Feststoffe aus dem Grubenwasser erfolgt teilweise in der Nähe der Gewinnungsbereiche in untertägigen Absetzbecken. Die dort anfallenden Schlämme werden in Zyklonieranlagen entwässert und als Versatzmaterial verwendet. Die so gereinigten Wässer werden der Hauptwasserhaltung zugeführt. In den meisten Fällen ist eine derartige Reinigung der Abwässer im Vorortbereich jedoch nicht möglich, und die mit Feststoffen belasteten Wässer müssen dann durch Schlammpumpen (leistungsfähige Kolbenpumpen) zu zentralen untertägigen Absetzbecken gefördert werden, wo sich die Schlämme absetzen und die geklärten Wässer der Wasserhaltung zugeführt werden. Es werden die unterschiedlichen Verfahren zur Behandlung der Schlämme aus den Absetzbecken beschrieben. Im Rahmen einer Rekonstruktion wurden die ursprünglich vorhandenen 43 Kreiselpumpen zur Schlammförderung (installierte Leistung von 2365 kW) durch 3 leistungsfähige Kolbenpumpen (installierte Leistung 960 kW) ersetzt, was sich günstig auf die Kosten auswirkte. Die von der Hauptwasserhaltung gehobenen Grubenwässer werden im Übertagebereich nochmals in Absetzbecken geklärt bzw. in einer neuen Zyklonanlage gereinigt.
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Notes Principes d'exhaure et de traitement des eaux chargees aux houilleres du bassin de Lorraine. Darstellung der Verfahren zur Wasserhaltung und zur Wasseraufbereitung in den Steinkohlengruben des Lothringer Beckens. Draining principles and treatment of water used in the Lorraine mining basin; 13311, BERG , 30.04.97; Words: 498; U9705 0026 586; 4 Seiten, 7 Bilder 3MZ *Bergbau, Tunnelbau, Erdöl /Erdgasförderung, Bohrtechnik* 3UXX *Belastung von Wasser, Wasserreinhaltung, Abwasser* 3MGK *Pumpen*; BERG, Copyright FIZ Technik e.V.; FR Französisch Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 17602 Serial 371
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Author (up) Noss, R.R.; Crago, R.W.; Gable, J.; Kerber, B.; Mafi, S.
Title Use of flue gas desulfurization sludge in abandoned mine land reclamation Type Journal Article
Year 1997 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages
Keywords abandoned mines; acid mine drainage; flue gas desulfurization sludge; land management; land use; liquid waste; mines; mining; mining geology; moisture; pH; pollution; reclamation; remediation; soils; strip mining; surface mining; waste disposal 22, Environmental geology
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Series Editor Series Title Ohio Academy of Science 106th annual meeting; progress toward water quality in the Lake Erie basin; abstracts Abbreviated Series Title
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Notes 1999-043696; Ohio Academy of Science 106th annual meeting, Bowling Green, OH, United States, April 4-6, 1997; GeoRef; English Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 6302 Serial 282
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Author (up) Skousen, J.
Title Overview of passive systems for treating acid mine drainage Type Journal Article
Year 1997 Publication Green Lands Abbreviated Journal
Volume 27 Issue 4 Pages 34-43
Keywords acid mine drainage; anoxic limestone drains; bioremediation; constructed wetlands; diversion wells; limestone ponds; mitigation; open limestone channels; passive systems; pollution; remediation; successive alkalinity producing systems; technology; wetlands 22, Environmental geology
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Notes Overview of passive systems for treating acid mine drainage; 2000-019214; References: 59; illus. United States (USA); GeoRef; English Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 6309 Serial 247
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Author (up) Stewart, D.; Norman, T.; Cordery-Cotter, S.; Kleiner, R.; Sweeney, E.; Nelson, J.D.
Title Utilization of a ceramic membrane for acid mine drainage treatment Type Journal Article
Year 1997 Publication Tailings and Mine Waste '97 Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 453-460
Keywords acid mine drainage; Black Hawk Colorado; Central City Colorado; ceramic materials; Colorado; cost; disposal barriers; geochemistry; Gilpin County Colorado; heavy metals; mines; organic compounds; pollution; remediation; surface water; tailings; United States; utilization; volatile organic compounds; volatiles; waste disposal mine water treatment
Abstract BASX Systems LLC has developed a treatment system based on ceramic membranes for the removal of heavy metals from an acid mine drainage stream. This stream also contained volatile organic compounds that were required to be removed prior to discharge to a Colorado mountain stream. The removal of heavy metals was greater than 99% in most cases. A decrease of 30% in chemicals required for treatment and a reduction by more than 75% in labor over a competing technology were achieved. These decreases were obtained for operating temperatures of less than 5 degrees C. This system of ceramic microfiltration is capable of treating many different types of acid mine waste streams for heavy metals removal.
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Notes Jan 13-17; Utilization of a ceramic membrane for acid mine drainage treatment; Isip:A1997bg96u00050; Times Cited: 0; ISI Web of Science Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 8744 Serial 135
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