Disposal of Inorganic Wastes From Sulphate Titanium Dioxide Process at Langöya, Norway

@inproceedings{Sandvik1994DisposalOI,
  title={Disposal of Inorganic Wastes From Sulphate Titanium Dioxide Process at Lang{\"o}ya, Norway},
  author={Knut L. Sandvik and Trygve Sverreson},
  year={1994}
}
Langoya is an idyllic island in the Oslofjord, Norway. The island 3 km long 500 m wide, consists of cambro-silurian limestone, which was mined for cement production, most of the island is therefore today lower than the sea surface. It is a hope one day to restore the island to purely recreational use. The quarry should for this purpose preferably be filled in. It is thereby ideally suited for disposal of inorganic wastes during the next 40–50 years. The most demanding disposal undertaking so… CONTINUE READING