Mine water derived iron as a national opportunity for phosphate removal: PRESENTATION ONLY

Moorhouse, A. and Watson, I., The Coal Authority, UK


Contents • Introduction • Coal Authority • Coal mine water treatment • Ochre generation at coal mine water treatment schemes • Potential for phosphate removal • National picture • Regional ochre chemistry • Concluding remarks • Questions

Coal Authority schemes
5 Mine water derived iron as a national opportunity for phosphate removal
~70 Coal mine water treatment schemes
Passive: gravity fed; aeration cascades; lagoons; reed beds Semi Passive: pumped water; chemical dosing; aeration cascades; Lagoons; reed beds Active: Dawdon; Ynysarwed
Non-coal mine water treatment schemes
Passive: Force Crag (Lead-Zinc Mine) Saltburn (Ironstone Mine) Active: Wheal Jane (Tin Mine)

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