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Title: Mine water pollution - acid mine decant, effluent and treatment: a consideration of key emerging issues that may impact the state of the environment
Authors: Oelofse, SHH
Keywords: ERMITE
Environmental regulation of mine waters in the European Union
DEAT
Department of environmental affiars and tourism
Mine water pollution
Acid mine decant
COMRO
Chamber of mines research organisation
Issue Date: Jul-2008
Publisher: Department of Environmental Affiars and Tourism (DEAT)
Citation: Oelofse, SHH. 2008. Mine water pollution - acid mine decant, effluent and treatment: a consideration of key emerging issues that may impact the state of the environment. Prepared by the CSIR Natural Resources and the Environment unit for the Department of environmental affiars and tourism, pp 13
Abstract: A major environmental problem relating to mining in many parts of the world is uncontrolled discharge of contaminated water (or decant) from abandoned mines. This document provides information on emerging issues that may affect the future state of the environment. The purpose of this paper is to draw attention to issues in preparation for the next state of environment reporting cycle
Description: DEAT, Emerging Issues Paper: Mine Water Pollution 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3242
ISBN: 978-0-9814178-5-1
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Environmental management
General science, engineering & technology

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