tailings paste Articles

  • Tailings paste disposal – more than water recovery

    The minerals industry has faced increasing pressures in recent years in the management of tailings streams. Environmental, economic and other factors have led many minerals producers to explore the technology of making and using “paste.” With the increasing number of installations worldwide, this technology has proved to not only be industry accepted, but economically advantageous. ...

    By WesTech Engineering, Inc.

  • Solving tailings impoundment water balance problems

    This application of SVFlux involved the calculation of a water balance for a tailings facility close to Queensland, Australia. Flow past the earth dams had been measured in the field and the desire was to see if a numerical model could accurately predict the flow in a blind test. The climate in the area is semi-arid with an annual rainfall of 702 mm/yr and a potential evaporation rate of 1650 ...

    By SoilVision Systems Ltd.

  • The limits to growth and 'finite' mineral resources: re–visiting the assumptions and drinking from that half–capacity glass

    The famous 1972 study 'Limits to growth' (LtG) created global controversy about its dire predictions for the 21st century - e.g., global population crash, rampant pollution and resource depletion. Amongst some of the most fervent critics was the mining industry, who argued that mineral-metals are easily recyclable, that exploration and new technology can increase known resources, and that price ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

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