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HydroMine:  Surface Water and Groundwater Technology in Mining

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The key to successful, cost-effective mining is sufficient clean water and avoidance of water pollution. Two new EduMine courses provide you with the theory and practice you need to do the right water-thing at your mine:
  1. Surface Water Management at Mines deals with the theory of and best management practices for control of surface water that may otherwise impede mine operations and lead to pollution best avoided for cost-effective operations.
  2. Groundwater in Mining focuses on groundwater theory and practice applicable to mines and the specifics of open pits, shafts, underground mine workings, heap leach pads, waste rock dumps, and tailings impoundments.

These courses will soon be joined by a third EduMine course on Mine and Mine-Facility Water Balances. Taken together, the EduMine courses and the resources of this site provide all the information you need to plan, manage, and protect water at your mine.

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Evaporative Solutions - Managing Mine Waters
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Walked around the exhibit hall at the Denver SME convention. The booth at the SME that caught my attention today was that of Evaporative Solutions. read more »
Aussie scientists develop cost-effective way to treat mining wastewater
Thursday, June 12, 2014
A new cost-effective technology to treat mining wastewater and reduce sludge by up to 90% has been used for the first time at a copper mine in Queensland. read more »
First seabed mine to go ahead as Nautilus solves dispute with PNG
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Canadian seafloor miner Nautilus Minerals (TSX:NUS), which won the first lease to mine the ocean floor for gold and copper, said Thursday it has resolved a long-dragged dispute with Papua New Guinea. read more »
Oilsands study confirms tailings found in groundwater, river
Thursday, February 20, 2014
New federal research confirms that Alberta’s oilsands are polluting ground water and seeping into the Athabasca River. The industry has maintained that toxic chemicals are contained safely in tailing ponds, but new research shows this isn’t the case. read more »
Panel rejects measure pushing for additional groundwater regulation
Friday, February 14, 2014
The Powertech uranium mining project should not face additional requirements for underground water protection, a legislative panel decided Thursday. read more »