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A CRITICAL REVIEW ON REMEDIATION, REUSE, AND RESOURCE RECOVERY FROM ACID MINE DRAINAGE
Naidu, G., S. Ryu, R. Thiruvenkatachari, Y. Choi, S. Jeong, and S. Vigneswaran.
Environmental Pollution 247:1110-1124(2019)

This review underscores characteristics and implication of acid mine drainage (AMD), remediation approaches in mining sites, alternative treatment technologies for water reuse, and resource recovery. The role of membrane processes and alternative treatment technologies to produce water for reuse from AMD is highlighted. This review provides insights in establishing reuse and resource recovery as the holistic approach towards sustainable AMD treatment. Finally, integrated technologies that deserve in-depth future exploration are highlighted.



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