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Main Title Interactive Hard Rock Mining 2006 conference /
Publisher United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development,
Year Published 2007
Report Number EPA/625/C-07/003
OCLC Number 227808573
Subjects Mineral industries--Environmental aspects--United States. ; Mines and mineral resources--United States. ; Abandoned mined lands reclamation--United States.
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EJBD ARCHIVE EPA 625-C-07-003 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 12/30/2008
EJBD  EPA 625-C-07-003 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 05/16/2008
ELBD RPS EPA 625-C-07-003 repository copy AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 10/09/2018
ELBD  EPA 625-C-07-003 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 10/09/2018
Collation 1 CD-ROM : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Title from disc label. Format not distributed to depository libraries.
Contents Notes
Plenary session: EPA ORD's focus on hard rock mining -- Current state of the mining industry: an EPA perspective -- Rio Tinto's sustainability efforts -- Sustainable development and industrial minerals -- Future of mine remediation -- Sustainability in mining: emerging trends -- Socio-economic implications of mine closure: a South African and Zimbabwean scenario. Mine closure: Progress towards sutainable development on public lands in Nevada -- Development of the Tailings closure cover design for the San Manuel plant site -- Planning for the development of the former San Manuel plant site: BHP Copper, Pinal County, Arizona -- Post-mining development using resources from flooded underground mine workings. Restoration: Innovative systems for ARD prevention and management at the Haile Gold Mine -- Modeling effects of natural flow restoration on metals fate and transport in Upper Tenmile Creek, Montana -- Case studies in sustainable mining practices. Reclamation&bonding: Alaska large mine reclamation bonding: 2005 -- Bankruptcy threats to bonding -- Reclamation and bonding in copper mining -- Tyrone Mine reclamation and financial assurance. Stakeholder Collaborations: Role of external verification and participatory monitoring in resolving conflict at three mine sites in developing countries -- Environmental liability settlement and stakeholder process at the French Gulch Mine sites, Breckenridge, Colorado. Characterization of mine waste: Use of enzyme bioassays in a simple deciion tree for assessing aquatic toxicity potential of mining wastes -- Leaching characteristics of mine waste aggregates for beneficial use -- Application of USGS screening methods on abandoned uranium mine waste piles. Air and water quality management: Use of the rotating cylinder treatment system (RCTS) for treatment of acid mine drainage at multiple sites -- Geochemical modeling of mine facilities to minimize and mitigation environmental impacts -- Predicted versus actual water quality at hardrock mine sites: effect of inherent geochemical and hydrological characteristics. Innovative Technology Applications: To rock or not to rock ... the case for, and against, rock substrate bioreactors -- Case studies: Demonstration sulfate reducing bioreactors at the Luttrell Repository and the Peerless Jenny King Mine, 10-Mile superfund site, Montana -- Cyanide heap biological detoxification: phase II -- Case studies: Bench scale sulfate and selenium reducing bioreactors at the Iron King Mine, Arizona -- Design and installation of a modular SRB bioreactor for acid rock drainage treatment -- An innovative process using recycled acidic and basic sludges for treating acidic rock drainage -- Microbiology of field sulfate-reducing bioreactors treating mining influenced water -- Systematic approach to mine water by the U.S. EPA -- Development of modern sulfate reducing bioreactors for treatment of mine waters -- Biological source treatment of acid mine drainage -- Using waste as feedstock: biodiesel waste fluid as an inexpensive carbon source for bioreactors treating acid mine drainage -- ITRC: Improving regulatory acceptance for new approaches to mine waste issues.