||Mining waters treatment for drinking and economic aims
||VI National Polish Scientific Conference on Complex and Detailed Problems of Environmental Engineering
||Passive in situ remediation of acidic mine waste leachates: progress and prospects
||Land Reclamation: Extending the Boundaries
|Chua, A.S.M.; Takabatake, H.; Satoh, H.; Mino, T.
||Production of polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) by activated sludge treating municipal wastewater: effect of pH, sludge retention time (SRT), and acetate concentration in influent
|Wiseman, I.M.; Edwards, P.J.; Rutt, G.P.
||Recovery of an aquatic ecosystem following treatment of abandoned mine drainage with constructed wetlands
||Land Contam. Reclam.
||Red menace -- Alumina waste products neutralised – As a result of the standard aluminium extraction process, a large amount of of highly alkaline 'red mud' is produced, containing various minerals left over from the bauxite, and this must be disposed of safely, treated or stored. Using a partial-neutralising process involving sea water, Virotec has developed an environmentally responsible process that turns the mud into a mild alkali that is very good at neutralising acid in, for example, acid mine waste