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Proceedings of Processing & Disposal of Mineral Industry Wastes 07
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This CD-ROM contains papers presented at the MEI Conference held in Falmouth, UK in June 2007.

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The CD contains the following papers:

Processing of Wastes

Towards zero waste and sustainable resource processing
S. Jahanshahi, W. Bruckard and M. Somerville (CSIRO Minerals, Australia)

Reverse osmosis removal of arsenic residues from bioleaching of refractory gold ores
B.K.C. Chan and A.W.L. Dudeney (Imperial College, UK)

Gold recovery from the Mouteh tailing dam
M. Ostad-rahimi, A. Dehghani, K. Gharibi and S.H. Mojtahedzadeh (Yazd University, Iran)

Ceramic encapsulation of refractory and mineral residues based on potassium and magnesium phosphate
A.K. Duarte (Magnesita S.A., Brazil) and P.R.G. Brandao (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil)

Nolans Bore project - a rare earths development with by-product production from waste streams
S. Mackowski et al (Arafura Resources, Australia)

Characterization of heavy minerals in the Athabasca oil sands
H. Kaminsky, T. Etsell, D.G. Ivey (University of Alberta, Canada) and O. Omotoso (National Resources Canada)

Characterisation of a mineral waste resulting from the thermal treatment of household waste incineration smoke purification residues
A. Trujillo-Vazquez, H. Metivier-Pignon (LGCIE, France), L. Tiruta-Barna (LIPE, France) and P. Piantone (BRGM, France)

The ways of minimization of adverse effect of mining wastes on the Black Sea Coast ecosystem
A. Abesadze et al (G. Tsulukidze Mining Institute, Georgia)

Beneficiation of coal wastes in manufacturing Portland Cement
A. Sarrafi, A. Ebrahimi (Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran) and A.I. Mansouri (International Center for Science, Iran)

Manufacturing cement using the wastes of copper and building stones industries
A. Sarrafi, A. Ebrahimi (Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran) and A.I. Mansouri (International Center for Science, Iran)

 

Disposal of Wastes

Modelling leachate generation and mobility from copper sulphide tailings - an integrated approach to impact assessment
Y. Hansen, J.L. Broadhurst (University of Cape Town, South Africa) and J.G. Petrie (University of Sydney, Australia)

Microstuctural and geochemical evolution of surface paste tailings
T. Deschamps, M. Benzaazoua, B. Bussière, M. Aubertin and T. Belem (UQAT, Canada)

Effluent treatment at the disused Løkken sulphide mines - a case study
R.A. Kleiv and M. Thornhill (Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Norway)

Clay minerals in the Athabasca oil sands
H. Kaminsky, T. Etsell, D.G. Ivey (University of Alberta, Canada) and O. Omotoso (National Resources Canada)

Immobilization of radioactive contaminated solvent extraction waste
M.S. Meor Yusoff, M. Masliana and K. Nurul Wahidda (Malaysian Nuclear Industry, Malaysia)

Controlled low-strength materials containing waste precipitates from mineral processing
S. Bouzalakos, A.W.L. Dudeney and C.R. Cheeseman (Imperial College London, UK)

Confirmation that tooeleite is a ferric arsenite sulfate hydroxide hydrate, and is relevant to arsenic stabilisation
T. Nishimura (IMRAM, Japan) and R.G. Robins (AquaMin Science Consortium, Australia)

 

Acid Mine Drainage

Integrated sulphidic mine tailings management using environmental desulphurization and cemented paste backfill
M. Benzaazoua et al (UQAT, Canada), M. Aubertin (École polytechnique de Montréal, Canada) and A. Blier (Cambior Inc., Canada)

Laboratory study of monolayer covers made of desulphurized tailings to prevent acid mine drainage
I. Demers, B. Bussière, M. Benzaazoua, M. Mbonimpa and A. Blier (UQAT, Canada)

Test results of a newly proposed neutralization process to reduce and utilize the sludge
N. Masuda et al (Japan Oil, Gas & Metals National Corporation, Japan)

Acid mine drainage treatment through a two-step neutralization ferrite-formation process in Northern Japan: physical and chemical characterization of the sludge
P. Herrera et al (Hokkaido University, Japan), Y. Ochi (Daiki Ataka Engineering Co. Ltd, Japan), F. Ishizuka (Nittetsu Mining Co. Ltd, Japan) and S. Kawada (Japan Oil, Gas & Metals National Corporation, Japan)

Initial neutralisation of acid mine drainage in forsterite beds
R.A. Kleiv and M. Thornhill (Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Norway)

 

   

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