publication . Conference object . Article . 2012

鉱業排水処理

Golomeova, Mirjana; Zendelska, Afrodita; Krstev, Boris; Golomeov, Blagoj; Krstev, Aleksandar;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2012
  • Country: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Abstract
Water flowing from underground and surface mines and contains high concentrations of dissolved metals is called mine drainage. Mine drainage can be categorized into several basic types by their alkalinity or acidity. Sulfide rich and carbonate poor materials are expected to produce acidic drainage, and alkaline rich materials, even with significant sulfide concentrations, often produce net alkaline water. Mine drainages are dangerous because pollutants may decompose in the environment. In certain conditions metals can be concentrated in environmental, and by others can be dispersed. Two methods can treat mine drainage to eliminate or reduce contamination by acid...
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free text keywords: Environmental engineering, Acid mine drainage, Settling, Sludge, Metal ions in aqueous solution, Waste management, Drainage, Precipitation (chemistry), Ferrous, Metal, visual_art.visual_art_medium, visual_art, Environmental science
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publication . Conference object . Article . 2012

鉱業排水処理

Golomeova, Mirjana; Zendelska, Afrodita; Krstev, Boris; Golomeov, Blagoj; Krstev, Aleksandar;