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  • The ins and outs of tailings dams Mining Mirror Online

    The ins and outs of tailings dams Mining Mirror Online

    Jan 17, 2019 Once the processing is complete, the waste material, referred to as tailings, are pumped to mining residue storage facilities, or what is generally better known as tailings dams. A tailings dam is the physical structure that holds, or impounds, the tailings pond, which serves the dual role of containing the fine material and recycling the water ...

  • Safety guidelines and good practices for tailings

    Safety guidelines and good practices for tailings

    A tailings storage facility is a facility used to contain tailings. This can include a tailings dam (impoundment and pond), decant structures and spillways. A tailings storage facility can also be open pits, dry stacking, lakes or underground storages. A tailings dam is a tailings embankment or a tailings disposal dam. The term

  • PDF Study of the Settling Characteristics of Tailings

    PDF Study of the Settling Characteristics of Tailings

    This residue is deposited into tailings ponds where sand settles faster than fine clays which require many years to fully consolidate. Therefore, land reclamation and water recirculation become ...

  • Tailings Ponds 101 Oil Sands Magazine

    Tailings Ponds 101 Oil Sands Magazine

    Feb 25, 2016 TAILINGS PONDS 101. Tailings ponds (or tailings storage facilities) play a critical role in storing solids from mined oil sands and managing water flows. These ponds are massive earth structures, initially constructed from overburden hauled from the mine site. Tailings ponds are normally located in a part of the lease that has little or no bitumen.

  • China a state of quot tailings disaster quot

    China a state of quot tailings disaster quot

    On September 8, 2008, an unlicensed iron ore tailings pond in north China's Shanxi Province burst, unleashing a wave of mud and mining wastes that inundated a downstream village with more than 1,000 residents. The disaster resulted in at least 277 deaths and economic losses of more than 96 million yuan.

  • Seven of Hundreds Environmental Nightmares Created by

    Seven of Hundreds Environmental Nightmares Created by

    Jun 26, 2018 The Escondida mine tailings lagoon above – in Chile’s Atacama desert - is the world’s largest tailings pond. The tailings are intended to be held in perpetuity behind earthen retaining dams. The straight line at the left of the photo represents the tallest of the surrounding retaining walls, and is 0.6 miles long. NASA satellite photo.

  • Oil sands tailings ponds are toxic. Canadian made nanotech

    Oil sands tailings ponds are toxic. Canadian made nanotech

    Sep 25, 2020 Tailings ponds store water used in oil sands extraction, and contain a complex mixture of wastes that are toxic to vegetation and animals. A recent report by the Commission for …

  • Phosphate Mine Tailings Case Study Environmental XPRT

    Phosphate Mine Tailings Case Study Environmental XPRT

    Sep 11, 2013 A typical phosphate mining operation can produce between 180,000 and 225,000 gallons per minute of fine phosphatic clay tailings. This material has a solids concentration of between 2% and 7% on a dry-solids basis. Currently, ponds and lagoons are …

  • Gold Tailings Hazards and Opportunities INN

    Gold Tailings Hazards and Opportunities INN

    Tailings from gold mining operations can pose a threat to the environment and health of nearby communities. Not only can this waste be harmful if it leaches into groundwater, but it can also mean ...

  • Mining Waste Mining waste The Aznalcollar tailings pond

    Mining Waste Mining waste The Aznalcollar tailings pond

    This two-part article is a case study of the European Union and Spanish legislation with respect to the protection of the environment from mining activity. Mining activity can have many negative impacts on the environment by changing the land-scape,

  • New approaches for extracting and recovering metals from

    New approaches for extracting and recovering metals from

    May 15, 2017 Copper and silver were extracted both from mineral residues and fresh mineral tailings by mixing 0.5 g of representative samples with 10 mL of a solution containing 3.42 M NaCl and 0.2 M HCl ( Romero et al., 2003 ), and heating for 1 h at 90 C. 2.4. Sulfidogenic bioreactors and selective recovery of copper from PLS.

  • Tailings Mines and Residue GHD

    Tailings Mines and Residue GHD

    Catastrophic failures of multiple tailings storage facilities (TSF) in recent years has led to greater awareness of the management of mine waste. Being a potentially high-risk asset, TSFs, tailing ponds, dams and residue disposal areas are now considered one of the most important structures on any mine site, with consequences of dam failure ranging from the catastrophic and tragic loss of life, expensive …

  • Tailings management Alfa Laval

    Tailings management Alfa Laval

    Historically, tailings have been stored in dams or ponds, with the settling process left to gravity. This process could take months or years, depending on the nature of the particles. In remote areas with a plentiful supply of water, this was considered to be the cheapest way of handling the residue. Different run-off systems or evaporation would over time produce a solid fraction, which could be removed and used as back fill in disused mine …

  • Technical Report Design and Evaluation of Tailings Dams

    Technical Report Design and Evaluation of Tailings Dams

    low-grade ores that contain less than a few percent of metal values; the residue becomes tailings. Thus, tailings disposal is a significant part of the overall mining and milling operation at most hardrock mining projects. There are several methods used for tailings disposal. These …

  • From Tailings to Treasure Miners Make Advancing Mining

    From Tailings to Treasure Miners Make Advancing Mining

    May 07, 2015 Tailings may be dumped in or near water or transported by wind or water to contaminate the surrounding area. Mine sites typically manage tailings by constructing ponds secured by dams. According to the web site miningfacts.org, another strategy is to produce thickened tailings, which are pressed or have chemicals added to remove excess water. Thickened tailings can be mixed with cement and used in construction or as backfill in underground mines.

  • Tailing Pond an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Tailing Pond an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Where such landscape features are not available, above-ground tailings ponds surrounded by dams (“turkey nests”) have to be built. An infrequently used option is backfilling the tailings into underground mines. Paste tailings conditioned with binders would be most suitable for this (Moran, Christoffersen, Gillow, & Hay, 2013). Although the resulting backfill mass would have a low permeability and, …

  • PDF Reclamation of Mine Tailings ResearchGate

    PDF Reclamation of Mine Tailings ResearchGate

    Abandoned mine tailings from a wide variety of industries are found around the world. The chemical composition of tailings depends on the minerals mined and the extraction technique.

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