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THE ROLE OF MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY IN ACID MINE WATER TREATMENT: A REVIEW
Agboola, O. | Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering 36(9):1389-1400(2019)

This paper reviews the use of membranes in the published literature for the treatment of acid mine waters and for the recovery of valuable metals from acid mine drainage effluents. The paper also discusses the role of membrane technology in acid mine water treatment and the factors that determine membrane performance for AMD treatment. Challenges of membrane technology in acid mine water treatment and some solutions to the challenges are presented.



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