mining water treatment News

  • Mine water treatment partnership

    CONSOL Energy Inc. and Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies have formed an agreement to design and build a state-of-the-art Zero Liquid Waste Discharge system to treat mine water. The parties are also completing an agreement for operation and maintenance of the facility, which will be located near Mannington, West Vancouver and will treat mine water from several coal mines. Veolia ...

  • Water treatment chemicals for mining

      processing materials --- repute mine effluent treatment Our barium chloride dihydrate is used in polluted mine water disposal (barium process for sulphate removal), ore dressing for gold purifying, desulfurizing in caustic soda electrolysis, metal heat treatment, tannage processing (tanning), surface finishing, softening agent and purify wastewater ...

  • Water treatment plant for copper mine

    A consortium lead by it subsidiary, HW Process Technologies was awarded a contract for the design, supply, installation, commissioning and operation of a new Water Treatment Plant at Cobre Las Cruces (CLC) copper mine near Seville, Spain. The contract has a value of approximately USD22 million. The new plant will treat up to 3.7 million gallons per day of mine water from the dewatering ...

  • Wastewater treatment plant for copper mine

    Boliden Aitik mine, operator of a copper mine in northern Sweden, ordered a wash water recycling plant for it’s mine trucks from AWAS. It has a flow of 7,5m³/h. The recycling plant shall not only remove typical hydrocarbon emulsions with oil and diesel, but also remove microscopic little copper ...


    By AWAS International GmbH

  • Pall Corp. to Present Water Treatment Solutions at Water in Mining Congress

    Water is used extensively for operations and safety purposes in the burgeoning mining industry. Operators are increasingly choosing membranes to treat water responsibly and ensure that surface and ground water remain pure and uncontaminated by wastewater streams. At the ...


    By Pall Corporation

  • Closure of Water Treatment Plant Latest Setback For Tulsequah Chief Mine Proposal

    Chieftain Metals announced on June 6 its intent to close the Interim Water Treatment Plant installed at the Tulsequah Chief site in November 2011 to address chronic acid mine drainage and heavy metals pollution. The company will now be violating its discharge permit. "Chieftain's halt to pollution control is another broken promise and more evidence this mine is simply not viable from an ...


    By Marketwire

  • Plastic-lined ponds helps with Empire Mine park water treatment

    Earlier this year, project manager Sean visited the Empire Mine State Historic Park in Grass Valley, California. The park is located at what once was the oldest, largest and most prosperous gold mine in the United States. Today, families can tour the mineyard, grounds and learn more about what life was about during the ...

  • Veolia supplies an energy-efficient water treatment plant for desert mine

    Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies South Africa (Veolia), leading water and wastewater subsidiary of Veolia Water, was recently contracted by a global engineering, procurement and construction management company to design, fabricate and supply a brackish water treatment plant for the second phase of a mine in Mauritania, Northwest Africa. In terms of the contract, 62,5 cubic metres per ...

  • EPA says it will build temporary treatment plant for mine

    The Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday it will set up a temporary treatment plant for wastewater flowing from the Gold King Mine in southwestern Colorado after 3 million gallons surged out of the mine in August, tainting rivers in three states. Colorado's two U.S. senators urged the agency to build a longer-term plant to treat acidic water flowing from multiple mines in the Upper ...


    By Associated Press

  • The quiet clean mining revolution

    Few industries have got the black eye, literally and metaphorically, of mining. After centuries of environmental effects ranging from toxic emissions to unsightly tailings ponds, acid mine drainage, massive energy consumption and other impacts, mining is slowly cleaning up its act. Why? Mostly because new clean technologies are increasing industrial efficiencies. They're lowering mining ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Envirogen Enters Selenium Treatment Market for Coal Mining Wastewaters

    Envirogen Technologies, Inc. (Envirogen) announced today that it has entered the market for treatment of selenium-containing coal mining wastewaters with a portfolio of treatment solutions, highlighted by the company's fluidized bed reactor (FBR) biological treatment systems and augmented, where appropriate, with its High Efficiency Ion Exchange technology. Envirogen FBR technology has features ...


    By Envirogen Technologies Inc.

  • Veolia Water Technologies Botswana: Complete water & wastewater solutions for mining.

    From potable water supply for remote mining camps to tailored mine - and wastewater treatment. Veolia Botswana assists mining operations in meeting environmental legislation, mitigating risk and managing costs effectively. Our mine water solutions include: Tailings pond water treatment for reuse or ...


    By Veolia

  • Envirogen Introduces New Small-Scale Fluidized Bed Reactor Systems for Treatment of Selenium in Coal Mining Waters

    Envirogen Technologies, Inc. (Envirogen) announced today that it has introduced a new small-footprint fluidized bed reactor (FBR) system designed to treat low flows of selenium-laden coal mining waters economically and efficiently. The new systems will allow coal mine operators to treat flows that start at less than 100 gallons per minute (gpm) to lower than 5 micrograms per liter selenium at ...


    By Envirogen Technologies Inc.

  • FRC Leading in Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) Mining Waste Water Treatment Systems

    FRC Systems International received a contract for the manufacturing and delivery of a 450 m3/hr (2,000 gpm) Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) mining waste water treatment system for a copper mine in Chile Minera Doña Ines de Collahuasi. The FRC Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) unit will be installed in the port where copper mine concentrate is loaded to the vessels. Copper ...


    By PRWeb

  • Sub-Saharan Africa Seeks Affordable, High-quality Mining and Oilfield Water Treatment Chemicals, Says Frost & Sullivan

    South Africa is currently the only country in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) with significant local manufacturing of water and wastewater treatment chemicals used in the mining and oilfields markets. In contrast, Nigeria, Angola, Botswana and Namibia rely on import of these chemicals. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Energy and Mining Sectors Drive Demand for Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment in South Africa, Finds Frost & Sullivan

    CAPE TOWN, South Africa - Increased demand for energy supplies and the need for regulatory compliance by mining companies are driving the water and wastewater treatment equipment market in South Africa. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (http://www.environmental.frost.com) ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • New tech is boosting mining efficiencies

    Companies around the world are reinvigorating mining with new green innovations. Which technologies stand the best chances of success? How do companies manage risk in the face of new innovation? Join Kachan & Co. for a walkthrough of a new report examining disruptive emerging technologies in biological tailings remediation, water treatment, hydrometallurgy, carbon sequestration and more. ...


    By Kachan & Co.

  • BioteQ and NWM Mining Settle Lawsuit

    BioteQ Environmental Technologies, Inc. (TSX: BQE), a leader in the treatment of industrial wastewater, announces that the Company has agreed to settle its legal action against NWM Mining (NWM) for unpaid lease payments relating to a treatment plant built at NWM's Mexican mine site. Under the terms of the settlement agreement, NWM will pay BioteQ $1.3 million in cash over the next two years; ...

  • Making green mining less of an oxymoron

    New breakthrough science and cost reductions from the world of cleantech hold promise for making mining-one of the dirtiest, most inefficient industries in the world-more profitable, safer and cleaner. But which cleantech innovations aimed at reducing toxicity in mining, as well as the need for power and water, are best positioned to succeed? Which companies will win and which will lose? How can ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

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