Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editors, Ian P.G. Hutchison, Richard D. Ellison ; sponsored by California Mining Association.|
|Contributions||Hutchison, Ian P. G., Ellison, Richard D., California Mining Association.|
|LC Classifications||TD899.M47 M57 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 654 p. :|
|Number of Pages||654|
|LC Control Number||91033444|
Today's best practice in environmental mine-waste management requires a thorough understanding of the wastes produced. The knowledge of mine wastes represents a new interdisciplinary science and this book provides an introductory, descriptive and analytic overview of the wastes produced in the mineral cturer: Springer. Mine Waste Management bridges the gap between mine operators, regulators, and design engineers concerned with the safe design and operation of mine waste management units. It provides a comprehensive approach for determining the amount of engineered containment that needs to be provided to reduce the risk to water resources to acceptable levels. This book introduces recent development of technologies for mine waste management in China. For hard rock mines, the main mine wastes are tailings, and the tailings can be disposed above-ground and/or underground. Mine site rehabilitation and mine waste science are examples of newly emerging disciplines. This book has arisen out of teaching mine waste science to undergraduate and graduate science students and the frustration at having no appropriate text which documents the scienti?c fundamentals of such wastes.
Chapter Outlines. This book, Guidelines for Mine Waste Dump and Stockpile Design, is the third book in the LOP Guideline Series and focuses on the investigation, design, operation and monitoring of waste dumps, dragline spoils and stockpiles associated with large open pit book has been written by a consortium of geotechnical consultants and individuals including Piteau Associates. Abstract. Mine wastes and their environmentally acceptable storage constitute the largest waste problem on the planet. Mine wastes have been accumulating for thousands of years, and their rate of production has accelerated in step with increases of the human population to an estimated worldwide production rate of × 10 9 t year − collected and spread in a uniform thickness, the. Basic Concepts in Environmental Geochemis try of Sulfidic Mine-Waste Management nearby topographic depressions, lakes or draina ge basins. An also often economic practice was sea deposition, when the mine was located close to the ocean, with sometime hazardous effects on . Improper mining waste disposal will lead to air, soil, and water pollution. Different types of mining include landfill mining, coal mining, oil and gas extraction, metal, and non-metal ore mining. In this article, we will look at different types of mining waste and how to manage it effectively. Types of Mine Waste 1. Rock or Solid Mine Waste.
Mine Waste Management Introduction Types of Mine Waste Effects of Mine Waste Management Of Mine Waste Turning Mine Waste Into A Resource Conclusion 3. Introduction Mining Waste Mining operation brings out all sorts of unwanted materials, which is known as mining waste. Mining waste can be defined as a part of the materials that result from. to environmental mine waste management. Successful mine waste management and mitigation programs implement multiple strategies to address a wide array of site- and waste-specific variables. Integrated management systems, including contingencies to treat impacted waters, are often necessary to meet regulatory standards. Mine water and waste management are critical issues for safe and efficient underground and pit mining operations and to minimise environmental impacts at all stages from feasibility assessment to mine closure. Leading practices for mine site water accounting and assessment will include depressurization and dewatering, geotechnical stability, sustainable water supplies and surface diversions. The purpose of this book is to bring together experiences reported from different geographical regions and local contexts on solid waste management disposal. It is hoped that this publication will open the eyes of the citizens in this part of the world to the increasing menace posed by the lack of waste management systems and inspire them to do.