Iron removal in highly contaminated acid mine drainage using passive biochemical reactors.

Abstract

Passive biochemical reactors (PBRs) are a viable alternative to neutralization plants for the treatment of acid mine drainage (AMD) because they require lower investment costs and use residual materials. However, high iron (Fe) concentrations (≥0.5 g/L) in AMD are challenging for their long-term efficiency. Sorption and precipitation are the main Fe removal… (More)
DOI: 10.2166/wst.2017.362

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