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Volume and composition of flocs from chemical neutralization of acid mine drainage

Harry James Brown

Volume and composition of flocs from chemical neutralization of acid mine drainage

by Harry James Brown

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Volumes of floc generated by data from four AMD sources were discussed. The composition of laboratory flocs generated by each chemical for each AMD source was described. In addition, the composition of flocs collected from ponds at each site was compared to the composition of laboratory flocs.

Edition Notes

StatementHarry Brown, Jeff Skousen and Jack Renton
ContributionsSkousen, Jeffrey G., Renton, Jack.
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 30-35
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21640621M

Prof Jurg Keller is Director of the Advanced Water Management Centre at the University of Queensland and Professor in the School of Chemical Engineering. () A novel bioelectrochemical system for chemical-free permanent treatment of acid mine drainage. Water Research, doi: / Chemical Engineering Journal. Acid (Chemical) Sewer Storm Water Sewer Sanitary Sewer Designing Sewer Systems Develop Plot Plan Chemical Treatment NEUTRALIZATION AGENTS AND PROCESSES Process Description Common Neutralization Reagents Lime Coal-mine drainage, steel pickling, textiles, chemical manufacture, wool.

A novel bioelectrochemical system for chemical-free permanent treatment of acid mine drainage Pozo, Guillermo, Pongy, Sebastien, Keller, Jürg, Ledezma, Pablo and Freguia, Stefano () A novel bioelectrochemical system for chemical-free permanent treatment of acid mine drainage. The number and kinds of organisms per unit area of volume; the composition of species in a given area at a given time. ice sheet: acid mine drainage: large scale treatment process involving gentle stirring whereby small particles in flocs are collected into larger particles so their weight causes them to settle to the bottom of the.

Abelin, H. & Birgersson, L. (): Migration experiments in the Stripa mine, design and instrumentation. — In: Come, B., Johnston, P. & Müller, A.: Joint CEC/NEA workshop on design and instrumentation of in situ experiments in underground laboratories for radioactive waste disposal CONF Chemical hazards Chemical hazards in wastewater can include a wide range of substances that are naturally occurring or of anthropogenic origin. They include industrial chemicals, chemicals used in households, chemicals excreted by people, and chemicals used or formed during wastewater and drinking-water treatment processes (Table ).


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Volume and composition of flocs from chemical neutralization of acid mine drainage by Harry James Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

Acid mine drainage (AMD) remediation can be complicated due to its composition, many researchers have used various techniques such as chemical precipitation, solvent extraction, micellar ultrafiltration, organic and inorganic ion exchange and adsorption (Hobbs et al.,De Marco et al., ).

The result of high concentrations of metals Cited by: 4. The Hazardous Status of High Density Sludge from Acid Mine Drainage Neutralization Article (PDF Available) in Sustainability 10(11) November with.

Characteristics of sludge produced from passive treatment of mine drainage. Volume and composition. of fl ocs from chemical neutralization of acid mine drainage. Coal pile drainage can be treated to remove metals by (1) lime or limestone neutralization,25 or sulfide precipitation followed by sedimentation,26 or (2) by sedimentation and filtration followed by ion exchange or reverse osmosis These processes have been used to treat acid mine drainage, which is some- what similar to coal pile runoff.

Applications Pretreatment. Before the water enters the clarifier, coagulation and flocculation reagents, such as polyelectrolytes and ferric sulfate, can be added.

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The precipitation of dissolved aluminum is among the most important geochemical processes affecting the water chemistry and trace metal dynamics of acid mine drainage (AMD).

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The quality of boiler feedwater must be carefully. There is no requirement for pre-treating or neutralizing the acid mine discharge, even when iron is the dominant metal. If the pH of the untreated acid mine discharge is less than aboutmetals other than iron precipitated first.

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Nanoparticles with extremely high reactivity and deliverability can be applied as amendments to improve soil quality, mitigate soil contaminations, ensure safe Cited by: In acidic conditions, such as in acid mine runoff, Fe 13 may be more persistent.

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ASPE is dedicated to the advancement of the science of plumb. The speciation, toxicity and bioavailability of trace elements in mine drainage environments can be readily predicted using geochemical modelling, and this is frequently the basis for assessing the likely impacts of mine effluents and efficacy of rehabilitation plans.

However, such predictions are rarely validated against observed trace element characteristics Author: M. Fairgray, J. Webster-Brown, J. Pope. Dr Ryan Farquharson 1, Dr Jeff Baldock 1, Dr Uta Stockmann 2, Dr Lynne Macdonald 1, Dr Brendan Malone 2, Mrs Seija Tuomi 2, Mr David Benn 3.

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() published in the journal Mine Water and the Environment is a great source of the basic. For example, some coal mines generate acid mine drainage that is rich in manganese and low in pH. Some metal mines have huge impoundments of acid mine drainage having a pH lower than 2. Method II is simpler in design, and is suitable where quick removal of the metals is of prime importance rather than selective recovery of individual heavy metals.You can write a book review and share your experiences.

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