The Assessment of Alumina Production Waste Impact on Natural Water
 
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Department of Geoecology, Saint-Petersburg Mining University, Vasilievskiy Island 21st line, 2, 199106, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
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Igor Konstantinovich Suprun   

Department of Geoecology, Saint-Petersburg Mining University, Vasilievskiy Island 21st line, 2, 199106, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
Data publikacji: 01-03-2018
 
J. Ecol. Eng. 2018; 19(2):154–158
 
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The paper is dedicated to the issue of assessment of alumina (red mud) production waste on natural water. The growth of the number of aluminium-producing facilities leads to the expansion of exclusion areas to store the production waste – sludge dumps. A considerable part of research on red mud utilisation is focused on its use in the iron-and-steel industry. Furthermore, the technologies of red mud usage in the construction industry gain substantial significance for land reclamation, isolation of polluted industrial and agricultural lands as well as the effluent and industrial emissions treatment.