Sequential leaching tests
Predicting the impact of mining on ground and surface water quality
Published: 20 November 2018
A sequential leaching procedure was developed and optimised to meet the requirements for assessing potentially problematic mine waste produced by iron ore mining activities, focusing on those that have low sulfur concentration and/or are of complex mineralogy.
The MRIWA-funded project was undertaken by the ChemCentre, with support from BHP.
Read the technical report for research project M0432.
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