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Review of Peer-Reviewed Documents on Treatment Technologies Used at Mining Waste Sites Published 2021
The research in this report was conducted to capture the capabilities, efficiencies, technological and site-specific requirements, and lessons learned for technologies and methods used for mining site cleanup. EPA's goals for the work presented in this document were to 1) determine if there are any trends in treatments or methods used; 2) understand successes and failures of the technologies and methods to evaluate whether there are gaps where future technologies could be developed or current ones refined; and 3) provide information in one place to aid decision of whether a given technology or method might be appropriate for use at a particular site, based on information obtained from the case studies.

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