Passive Treatment Systems for Acid Mine Drainage

Passive Treatment Systems for Acid Mine Drainage

Printed Ephemera - 2003
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Passive treatment systems provide an alternative method for removing metals from acid mine drainage. There are several types of passive treatment systems; they may be used on their own or in combination to treat difficult effluents. The type of system selected is dependent upon the chemistry of the acid mine drainage and the flow of the discharge, as well as State and Federal regulations. Passive treatment systems do not require power and are less expensive than active treatment systems. They also require less maintenance, which makes them advantageous in remote locations.
Publisher: [Denver, CO] : U.S. Bureau of Land Management, National Science and Technology Center, [2003]
Branch Call Number: I 53.20:409
Characteristics: 1 online resource (iii, 13 p.)


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