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Low-cost Removal of Trace Metals from Copper-nickel Mine Stockpile Drainage. Volume II--trace Metal Sequestration by Peat, Other Organics, Tailings, and Soils: A Literature Review.
Lapakko KA; Strudell JD; Eger AP
NTIS: PB 87-186144 :45 pages
This report describes a two-phase experimental program to examine the feasibility of removing trace metals (cu, ni, CO, zn) from stockpile effluent using readily available materials in low-cost, low-maintenance systems. Volume II is a literature review of several low-cost materials that might be used for removing trace metals from stockpile drainage. The materials included peat, humic acid, fulvic acid, other organics, soils, and tailings. The methods employed in the investigations review ranged from laboratory experiments to field-scale studies. Trace metal removal mechanisms and capacities were addressed.
CP; Final Contract Report;
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS: PB 87-186144
Minn. Dept. of Natural Res.
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