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Antimony removal technology for mining industry wastewaters

C. Leon Parker

Antimony removal technology for mining industry wastewaters

by C. Leon Parker

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Published by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development,[Office of Energy, Minerals, and Industry], Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Cincinnati, Ohio, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antimony.,
  • Mineral industries -- Waste disposal.,
  • Water -- Purification.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C. Leon Parker, Efim Livshits, Kathleen McKeon, Hittman Associates, Inc.
    SeriesInteragency energy-environment research and development program report ; EPA-600/7-79-129
    ContributionsLivshits, Efim., McKeon, Kathleen., Hittman Associates., Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 61 p. ;
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17819600M

    Since its original printing in , the publication of the Handbook of Texas has been made possible through the support of its users. As an independent nonprofit, TSHA relies on your contributions to close the funding gap for the online Handbook and keep it a freely accessible resource for users worldwide. Please make a donation today to preserve the most comprehensive encyclopedic resource. Jun 10,  · Is Tiny United States Antimony The Next Molycorp? money managers boasted to me about their investments in this obscure company that is cashing in Author: Intelligent Investing.

    ANTIMONY OXIDE OR SULFIDE SMELTER, MADERO, COAHUILA, MEXICO This smelter produces crude antimony oxide or metal and has a feed rate of 5 tons per day of DSO or concentrate. Marero Smelter, Coahuila, Mexico: Aerial view Puerto Blanco mill, Guanajuato, Mexico showing lined tailings pond. 4. ANTIMONY COMBINATION FLOATATION/GRAVITY MILL. The discovery led to the establishment of an antimony mine almost 2km from the coastline at Endeavour Inlet. A nearby gold mine, the Queen Charlotte Sound Goldfield, already existed, having been proclaimed in The Marlborough Antimony Company began mining in

    from wastewaters for discharge to sanitary sewer systems. Each of the various stages or operations of wastewater treatment will be discussed with their role in the metals removal process. The treatment train described is general for metals removal. Some variations will exist among different systems. This manual is. Jan 06,  · How new technologies are helping mining companies to come clean One knock-on effect is the mining industry’s emergence as “one of the most.


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Antimony removal technology for mining industry wastewaters by C. Leon Parker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Estimated cost values for distillation, on the other hand, are roughly ten times those for ion exchange and insoluble starch xanthate removal technologies.

In overall feasi- bility, therefore, distillation rates relatively low as an antimony removal technology for mining industry wastewater. Get this from a library. Antimony removal technology for mining industry wastewaters. [C Leon Parker; Efim Livshits; Kathleen McKeon; Hittman Associates.; Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio)].

This report assessed the current state-of-the-art of antimony removal technology for mining industry wastewaters. Through literature review and personal interviews, it was found that most mines and mills reporting significant quantities of antimony in their raw wastewater had approximately to mg/l antimony remaining after tailings pond settling.

Arsenic and antimony in water and wastewater: Overview of removal techniques with special reference to latest advances in adsorption. (mining, agriculture and industry), arsenic levels can reach dozens of mg/L, although, in this case, the problem tends to be restricted to a definite area.

The published results on arsenic and antimony Cited by: Removal of Antimony from Antimony Mine Flotation Wastewater by Electrocoagulation With Aluminum Electrodes Article in Journal of Environmental Sciences 23(7) · July with Reads.

Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality: Guideline Technical Document – Antimony. Table of Contents. Footnote 24 Footnote 25 could possibly be used for antimony removal.

Antimony removal technology for mining industry wastewaters. Report No. EPA/, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ()., cited in reference.

untreated metal-laden effluent from the mining industry. use of this technology for the removal of heavy metals. This book is essential reading for engineers, academics and upper-level.

REMOVAL OF ANTIMONY FROM WATER BY SORPTION MATERIALS JÁN ILAVSKÝ, PhD. Assistant Professor at the Department of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering e-mail: [email protected] Slovak University of Technology Faculty of Civil Engineering Radlinského 11 SLOVAK UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY ABSTRACT KEY WORDS.

Coexisting arsenic (As) and antimony (Sb) in mining wastewater is a common and great concern. On-site simultaneous removal of As and Sb from mining wastewater was achieved by using a reusable granular TiO 2 column in this study.

To evaluate the accuracy of the scale-up procedure, As and Sb adsorption from wastewater was studied in both large ( g TiO 2) and small columns (12 g TiO 2) based Cited by: 1. Antimony is a chemical element with the symbol Sb (from Latin: stibium) and atomic number A lustrous gray metalloid, it is found in nature mainly as the sulfide mineral stibnite (Sb 2 S 3).

Antimony compounds have been known since ancient times and were powdered for use as medicine and cosmetics, often known by the Arabic name, astonmartingo.comciation: UK: /ˈæntɪməni/, (AN-tə-mə-nee). Antimony is a metal found in natural deposits as ores containing other elements.

The most widely used antimony compound is antimony trioxide, used as a flame retardant. Reverse osmosis contaminants removal list The reverse osmosis percentage rejection table.

Products Index: given present technology and resources, this is the lowest. Feb 23,  · Antimony Fate and Removal Throughout Wastewater Treatment Due to the typical low abundance of Sb in wastewater (– μg/L) (Choubert et al. ), Sb wastewater studies have been largely neglected to date, and therefore, there is a lack of existing data on Sb partitioning in astonmartingo.com by: peat.

The metal removal efficiency of the peat sorbents from mining drainage waters at different dosag-es ( g/L), room temperature and 24 h contact time were evaluated for Al, As, Fe, Mn, Ni and Sb but it was observed that most of the Al and Fe were removed when the.

The method of treating antimony ore after mining depends on the type of ore and Read More. Antimony Removal Technology for Mining Industry Wastewaters. For tne few mines where antimony is present in amounts greater than to. to be defined for antimony if. The history of the antimony industry of China dates back to when the Tai Shing Co.

was formed, under contract with the Hunan Bureau of Mines, for the smelting of the ore to crude; and in the Wah Chang Mining & Smelting Co. was formed for the smelting and refining of the ore and crude to regulus. Jan 21,  · Antimony enters the environment during the mining and processing of antimony-containing ores and in the production of antimony metal, alloys, and antimony oxide, and combinations of antimony with other substances.

Antimony was mined in the. Antimony Removal Technology from Mining Industry Wastewaters. Report to EPA. Final Environmental Impact Statement on Slag Disposal at the Bethlehem Steel Plant, Sparrows Point, Maryland. Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. T reatment Categories for Coal Mining Drainage.

Report to EPA. Chapter 3 identified technologies that would benefit major components of the mining industry in the areas of exploration, mining, and processing.

Environmental risks and benefits of some of the technologies discussed in Chapter 3 were also addressed there. This chapter describes research opportunities and technologies that would lessen the environmental impacts of mining.

Chemie der Erde 72 () S4, 3–8 Contents lists available at SciVerse ScienceDirect electronics industry, Sb use grows for diodes. Antimony metal is also used for production of antimonial lead, which is an impor- mining operations (Roskill, ). Overall. ECONOMICAL RECOVERY OF BY-PRODUCTS IN THE MINING INDUSTRY Date published—November Prepared by OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY Oak Ridge, Tennessee managed by UT-BATTELLE, LLC for the U.S.

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY under contract DE-ACORCited by: 3. Treatment of Antimony-Rich Waste Streams technology), in streams from incineration plants (up to the 4 mg/l) and in waste waters from anode sludge treatment (up Main difficulites in the process of antimony removal arise from inability to accurately controll the pH value, by adding.Oct 30,  · My topic was Mining Finance in Capital Markets for Antimony Miners.

More on that later (because I was the ultimate speaker). The crowd was a select one indeed with key players from the European and Asian regions with a smattering of North Americans and even some parties from Central and South America.Antimony is chalcophile, occurring with sulfur and the heavy metals, lead, copper, and silver.

Over a hundred minerals of antimony are found in nature. Stibnite (Sb2S3) is the predominant ore mineral of antimony. The most important use of antimony metal is as a hardener in lead for storage batteries.