Acid Mine Drainage

Author(s): 
Osvaldo Aduvire
Category: 
Water Management

Characterization of acid mine water by acidity helps us explore possibilities for recovering by-products with economic value and choosing the most suitable and efficient treatment system possible. This is because characterization by acidity allows us to ascertain not only protonic acidity, but Read more... about Acid Mine Water Treatment With Recovery Of By-Products Of Economic Value

Author(s): 
Alison Hendry, Claire Linklater, Russell Staines and John Chapman
Category: 
Geochemistry

Using drillhole assay data to assess the risk of acid and metalliferous drainage (AMD) early in the planning of a mining operation can have a number of benefits.  These include:

  • Early identification of operational and closure AMD risks;
  • Optimisation of geochemical
Author(s): 
Danny Kentwell, Andrew Garvie and John Chapman
Category: 
Geochemistry
 
To assess the risk of acid and metalliferous mine drainage (AMD), most new mining projects require an initial assessment of the locations and volumes of potentially acid forming (PAF) waste that is likely to be moved and dumped in waste stockpiles. This requires sampling of
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