Bioremediation of alkaline mine effluent using treatment wetlands (2001)
AuthorsO'Sullivan, A.D., Murray, A.D., Otte, M.L.show all
Decommissioning of metal mine effluent traditionally involved costly chemical applications. Development of passive treatment systems, employing both biotic and abiotic components has been recognized as a cost-effective, ecologically favorable approach in the last decade. This paper documents construction of the first (experimental) treatment system in Ireland at a large lead-zinc mine, attempting to promote adoption of this innovative treatment alternative for future applications.
CitationO'Sullivan, A.D., Murray, A.D., Otte, M.L. (2001) Bioremediation of alkaline mine effluent using treatment wetlands. Albuquerque, NM, USA: Land Reclamation - A Different Approach, 3-7 Jun 2003. Proceedings of the 18th Meeting of the American Society for Surface Mining and Reclamation, vol. 1, 292-293.
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