Water Treatment

Author(s): 
Pablo Cortegoso, Terry Braun
Category: 
Mining, Civil Engineering

Brine extraction for surface process and recovery of potash, lithium and industrial salt requires the application of traditional hydrogeological theories to hyper-saline solutions. Such Read more... about Lithium Brine Projects: there is a resource, but is there a reserve?

Author(s): 
Victor Muñoz was a key contributor for this article
Category: 
Water Management
Author(s): 
Jennifer Geroni, Robert Bowell, Matthew Dey, Devin Sapsford, and Keith Williams
Category: 
Water Management

Contamination of water by arsenic both as a result of natural and anthropogenic processes poses a major threat to human health and to the environment in general. Where arsenic occurs as As(III), typical treatment involves peroxide oxidization to As(V), followed by coprecipitation and adsorption Read more... about Removal of Arsenic(III) from Contaminated Waters using Iron(II) and Citrate

Author(s): 
Dr. Matt Dey and Carl Williams
Category: 
Water Management

With storm events increasing in frequency and intensity, a  well-designed, well-maintained water-treatment system can ensure a compliant discharge and improve the environmental performance of a quarry Read more... about Stormwater Management

Author(s): 
Chris Kennedy
Category: 
Environmental/Social

An Evaluation of Potential Genomic Applications in the Mining Industry Read more... about Cost Benefit Analysis of Genomics for Mining

Author(s): 
Adrian Dance, Chris Kennedy, Soren Jensen
Category: 
Metallurgical

Traditionally, mineral processing plants are designed to achieve the highest recovery of valuable material with limited regard for the cost of managing waste products—both solid and water components. Read more... about Reducing Water Management Risks Through Processing Changes

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