Development of Chemosorbent Based on Metallic Waste for Cleaning Mine Water From Molybdenum
 
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Saint-Petersburg Mining University, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
Publish date: 2018-01-01
 
J. Ecol. Eng. 2018; 19(1):42–47
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The article presents the results of hydrochemical studies of water objects, located in the impact zone of one of the largest mining enterprises in the Russian Federation – JSC “Apatite”. According to the monitoring studies, the source of surface water pollution with molybdenum was determined, geochemical assessment of the molybdenum transformation in the system “ore-bearing rocks – mine water – surface water” was performed. In order to reduce the technogenic load on the surface water located in the considered area, the way of large-tonnage mine waters purificationfrom molybdenum was proposed. The method involves using the chemical sorbent based on waste metals. The method of sewage purificationwill allow solving one of the key environmental problems of the considered enterprise and, in addition, to improve the environmental situation in the considered area as well as the quality of the local population life.
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Mariia Alexeevna Chukaeva   
Geoecology, Saint-Petersburg Mining University, 21st line V.O., 2, Marata street 2/73, apartment 2, 121025 St.-Petersburg, Russia