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Author (up) Consortium, P.
Title Type Book Whole
Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 166 pp
Keywords PIRAMID passive treatment
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Publisher University of Newcastle Upon Tyne Place of Publication Newcastle Upon Tyne Editor
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Series Editor Series Title Engineering Guidelines for the Passive Remediation of Acidic and/or Metalliferous Mine Drainage and similar Wastewaters Abbreviated Series Title
Series Volume Series Issue Edition
ISSN ISBN 0-9543827-1-4 Medium
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Notes Engineering Guidelines for the Passive Remediation of Acidic and/or Metalliferous Mine Drainage and similar Wastewaters; 1; VORHANDEN | AMD ISI | Wolkersdorfer; FG als Datei vorhanden 10 Abb., 27 Tab. Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 9846 Serial 415
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Author (up) Costello, C.
Title Type Book Whole
Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 47 pp
Keywords AMD treatment
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Publisher National Network for Environmental Management Studies Program Place of Publication Washington Editor DC, U.S.E.P.A.O. of S.W. and E.R.T.I.O.W.
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Series Editor Series Title Acid Mine Drainage Innovative Treatment Technologies Abbreviated Series Title
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Notes Acid Mine Drainage Innovative Treatment Technologies; 2; VORHANDEN | AMD ISI | Wolkersdorfer; als Datei vorhanden 11 Abb. Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 9573 Serial 414
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Author (up) Coulton, R.; Bullen, C.; Hallett, C.
Title The design and optimisation of active mine water treatment plants Type Journal Article
Year 2003 Publication Land Contam. Reclam. Abbreviated Journal
Volume 11 Issue 2 Pages 273-280
Keywords sludge mine water treatment mine water active treatment precipitation iron manganese high density sludge sulphide Groundwater problems and environmental effects Pollution and waste management non radioactive manganese sulfide pollutant removal iron water treatment mine drainage
Abstract This paper provides a 'state of the art' overview of active mine water treatment. The paper discusses the process and reagent selection options commonly available to the designer of an active mine water treatment plant. Comparisons are made between each of these options, based on technical and financial criteria. The various different treatment technologies available are reviewed and comparisons made between conventional precipitation (using hydroxides, sulphides and carbonates), high density sludge processes and super-saturation precipitation. The selection of reagents (quick lime, slaked lime, sodium hydroxide, sodium carbonate, magnesium hydroxide, and proprietary chemicals) is considered and a comparison made on the basis of reagent cost, ease of use, final effluent quality and sludge settling criteria. The choice of oxidising agent (air, pure oxygen, peroxide, etc.) for conversion of ferrous to ferric iron is also considered. Whole life costs comparisons (capital, operational and decommissioning) are made between conventional hydroxide precipitation and the high density sludge process, based on the actual treatment requirements for four different mine waters.
Address R. Coulton, Unipure Europe Ltd., Wonastow Road, Monmouth NP25 5JA, United Kingdom
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ISSN 0967-0513 ISBN Medium
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Notes The design and optimisation of active mine water treatment plants; 2530436; United-Kingdom 4; Geobase Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 17513 Serial 59
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Author (up) Konieczny, K.
Title Mining waters treatment for drinking and economic aims Type Journal Article
Year 2003 Publication VI National Polish Scientific Conference on Complex and Detailed Problems of Environmental Engineering Abbreviated Journal
Volume 21 Issue Pages 333-348
Keywords mine water treatment
Abstract Poland is comparatively a poor country in relation to resources of drinking water. In count per capita it is oil one of the last places in Europe. Such state forces to save resources for example by closing water circulations and also desalination of mining waters.
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Notes Mining waters treatment for drinking and economic aims; Isip:000245280000020; Times Cited: 0; ISI Web of Science Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 7958 Serial 149
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Author (up) Laine, D.M.; Jarvis, A.P.
Title Engineering design aspects of passive in situ remediation of mining effluents Type Journal Article
Year 2003 Publication Land Contam. Reclam. Abbreviated Journal
Volume 11 Issue 2 Pages 113-126
Keywords Groundwater problems and environmental effects Pollution and waste management non radioactive waste management pyrite iron sulfide remediation mine drainage effluent
Abstract Passive treatment of contaminated effluents can offer a 'low cost' management opportunity to remediate drainages to the standards required by enforcement agencies. However, the initial cost of construction of passive treatment systems is significant and often in excess of that for active treatment systems. It is therefore important that the engineering design of the passive systems produces an effective and efficient scheme to enable the construction and maintenance costs to be minimised as far as possible. Possible parameters for the design of passive systems are suggested to seek to obtain uniformity in size and layout of treatment elements where this may be possible. Passive treatment systems include aeration systems, sedimentation ponds, aerobic and anaerobic wetlands, anoxic limestone drains and reducing alkalinity producing systems. Most active treatment systems also include passive elements in the treatment stream. The basic design considerations that should be considered to ensure the construction of efficient systems are discussed.
Address D.M. Laine, IMC Consulting Engineers, PO Box 18, Sutton-in-Ashfield NG17 2NS, United Kingdom
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ISSN 0967-0513 ISBN Medium
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Notes Engineering design aspects of passive in situ remediation of mining effluents; 2530416; United-Kingdom 22; Geobase Approved no
Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 17523 Serial 60
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