Sampling and monitoring for closure

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The Metals Mining Sector of the Acid Drainage Technology Initiative (ADTI-MMS) addresses technical drainage-quality issues related to metal mining and related metallurgical operations, for future and active mines, as well as, for historical mines and mining districts. One of the first projects of ADTI-MMS is to develop a handbook describing the best sampling, monitoring, predicting, mitigating, and modeling of drainage from metal mines, pit lakes and related metallurgical facilities based upon current scientific and engineering practices. One of the important aspects of planning a new mine in today's regulatory environment is the philosophy of designing a new or existing mine or expansion of operations for ultimate closure. The holistic philosophy taken in the ADTI-MMS handbook maintains that sampling and monitoring programs should be designed to take into account all aspects of the mine-life cycle. Data required for the closure of the operation are obtained throughout the mine-life cycle, from exploration through post-closure.
Publication type Conference Paper
Publication Subtype Conference Paper
Title Sampling and monitoring for closure
Year Published 2004
Language English
Larger Work Title 2004 SME Annual Meeting Preprints
First page 389
Last page 395
Conference Title 2004 SME Annual Meeting Preprints
Conference Location Denver, CO
Conference Date 23 February 2004 through 25 February 2004
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