A fine treat: Examining the reuse of mine-influenced water

March 2, 2015 Dan Dupon

Climate and treatment factors should be taken into account when looking at re-use as well as offering insight into the future for mines.

A Fine Treat, published in the March issue of Mining Magazine, examines the reuse of mine-influenced water in mineral processing including the technology, the main challenges, and why the practice is set to keep growing. Dan Dupon, North American Mine Water Treatment Practice Leader, contributes to the article referencing climate and treatment factors that should be taken into account when looking at re-use as well as offering insight into the future for mines and the challenges they face with regard to water. 

Content was originally published by MWH Global, which is now part of Stantec.

About the Author

Dan Dupon

As an expert in the treatment of mining-influenced waters, Dan Dupon can define solutions for a vast array of water-quality problems. His career has primarily focused on the evaluation and recommendation of treatment processes for mine wastewaters—as part of reclamation planning and water management.

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