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Title: Arsenic and nickel removal from waste rock seepages using muskeg sediment : final report
Authors: Boojum Research Limited
Item Type: Technical Report
Keywords: passive treatment systems;wetland sediments;waste water;decommissioning;microbial activity;muskeg sediments;arsenic;nickel;seepage treatment
Issue Date: 20-Apr-1994
Series/Report no.: Boojum Technical Reports;;CN020
Abstract: Passive treatment systems for mine waste water have, over the past 10 years, received increasing attention from the research community. These types of treatment options are particularly attractive for decommissioning in situations where effluent loadings are low and flows seasonal. The effluent-cleansing processes are natural in passive systems, and are biologically-mediated. Wetland sediments are the most important aspect of these natural treatment systems.
URI: https://zone.biblio.laurentian.ca/handle/10219/3073
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