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A SYSTEMATIC MAPPING STUDY ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERMEABLE REACTIVE BARRIER FOR ACID MINE DRAINAGE TREATMENT
Tigue, A.A., R.A. Malenab, and M.A. Promentilla.
MATEC Web of Conferences 268:06019(2019)

This paper identifies what has been studied and what the biggest challenges and limitations are on the use of permeable reactive barrier for acid mine drainage treatment. The reactive media used in permeable reactive barriers are organized into five categories: iron-based, organic-based, inorganic minerals-based, industrial waste-based, and combined media. The majority of research used combined media as the reactive substrate. The future direction is toward the use of combined media as a reactive material for acid mine drainage treatment. https://www.matec-conferences.org/articles/matecconf/pdf/2019/17/matecconf_rsce18_06019.pdf



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