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Proceedings of the International Workshop on Managing the Risks of Tailings Disposal
International Workshop on Managing the Risks of Tailings Disposal (Stockholm, Sweden, May 22-23, 1997)
in Ottawa : International Council on Metals and the Environment, 1997
Written in English
Chile is one of the main copper producers in the world. It is located in a geographical area where mega-earthquakes occur and this fact, together with the development of larger and higher sand tailings dams (with some facilities currently under development having final heights in excess of m), requires that careful attention be paid to the safety and security of these facilities. Riverine tailings disposal (RTD) is the direct discharge of mine process tailings into rivers. Overburden is also sometimes co-disposed during RTD. Riverine tailings disposal is relatively uncommon, but is still practiced in parts of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea (e.g. Salomons, , Brunskill et al., , Swanson et al., , Bolton,
The mining industry is a fundamental industry involved in the development of modern society, but is also the world’s largest waste producer. This role will be enhanced in the future, because ore grades are generally decreasing, thus leading to increases in the waste/metal production ratio. Mine wastes deposited on-land in so-called tailings dams, impoundments or waste-dumps have several. This is a state-of-the art survey of embankment dams. Drawing on an international authorship, it provides up to date information from many countries on research, environmental considerations, risks, hazards and safety. A major part of the book is devoted to a wide-ranging study of tailings dams, which draws together current international practice.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: International Seminar on Paste and Thickened Tailings; Format: Journal, Online; v.: ill. ; 26 cm. Get this from a library! Waste management ' the state of waste disposal technology, mill tailings, and risk analysis models: proceedings of the Symposium on Waste Management at Tucson, Arizona, March , [Roy G Post; University of Arizona. College of Engineering.; United States. Department of Energy.;].
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Proceedings of the International Workshop on Managing the Risks of Tailings Disposal, Stockholm, Sweden, MayICMM, Ottawa, Ont.,p. > Download full report (ZIP archive containing PDF file) Dynamic safety of earth and rockfill dams.
Proceedings of a course, New Delhi, August by i, (Eds.), A.A. Balkema, Rotterdamp. The majority of currently available dam safety guidelines do not account well for the specifics of tailings dams.
In the guidelines commonly used in Canada, tailings dams are addressed alongside water retention (conventional) dams.
This results in an user-unfriendly, and potentially unsafe and/or inappropriate, treatment of safety aspects specific to tailings dams. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Managing the Risks of Tailings Disposal. ICME-UNEP, Stockholm, pp.
A guide to dam risk management: part I -guiding principles. In a keynote address at a tailings conference Dr. Mac G Robertson described this trend and its implications going forward as elevating risk potential by a factor of 20 every 1/3 century.
His address called a “red flag” on the current “Mining Metric” which results in. The program discusses a systematic, risk-based approach to tailings management while providing principles for management during all phases of the life cycle.
The program is designed for mine operators; however, it can also be used for interested parties such as governments, mining consultants, environmental officers or non-governmental.
Abstract: The use of mined out pits for tailings storage is becoming increasingly popular due to economic and environmental benefits. The main post closure issue with tailings deposition into in-pit facilities is the prediction of the settlement of the final surface in terms of time and magnitude of consolidation (settlement), as this governs when rehabilitation can commence and the type of.
(c) Tailings disposal practices that generally saw tailings placed adjacent to mills, using practices common to other metal mill tailings of the day — i.e. no design features to improve containment security, reduce radon flux, isolate the tailings from wind or water erosion or interaction with surface and groundwater systems.
This paper illustrates the geotechnical aspects of the development of one of the world's largest copper tailings disposal facilities, located at Zelazny Most in south-west Poland. Its operation commenced in and, by the end of× 10 6 m 3 of tailings had already been stored within a confining embankment dam (‘ring dam') of about.
Tailings Storage Guidelines and Standards. Figure1: Key tailings management documents used in industry. Introduction. There exists a large volume of documentation relating to all aspects of design, construction, operation and closure of tailings facilities in the form of manuals, technical papers, conference proceedings and textbooks (Anglo ).
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for tailings management facilities Safety guidelines and good practices A tailings dam is a tailings embankment or a tailings disposal dam. The term or significant contributing factor to the poor international record of tailings dam failures and incidents. As accidents such as the tailings spill accident at Baia Mare, Romania, in.
“Filtered Tailings Disposal Case History: Operation and Design Considerations Part II,” in Proceedings, International Conference on Tailings and Mine Waste, Banff, Alberta, Canada, NovemberEdmonton, AB: University of Alberta Geotechnical Centre, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Managing the Risks of Tailings Disposal.
UNEP, ICME, SIDA, Stockholm, Proceedings of the Workshop on Risk Management and Contingency Planning in the Management of Mine Tailings.
UNEP, ICME, Buenos Aires, Proceedings of the 9th International Alumina Quality Workshop • COST EFFECTIVE STORAGE CAPACITY INCREASE FOR ALUMINA TAILINGS DISPOSAL AREA THROUGH SPILLWAY OPTIMISATION Lonie I1* 1Tailings and Dams, GHD Brisbane, QLD, Australia Abstract.
The proceedings in this work present 60 papers on mine and mill tailings and mine waste, as well as current and future issues facing the mining and environmental communities. This includes matters dealing with technical capabilities and developments, regulations, and environmental concerns.
-Bad management of the tailings disposal facilities (tailings dams and w aste dumps). There are a few risks asso ciated to the tailings po nds, among which we mention: failure of the dam. Mine waste first international seminar on the reduction of risk in the management of tailings and mine waste: proceedings of the first international seminar on the reduction of risk in the management of tailings and mine waste: 29 September - 1 October, Perth, Australia.
Nedlands, W.A: Australian Centre for Geomechanics. MLA Citation. Utilization of submarinetailings disposal as alternative tailings management system With E. Yilmaz The mining industry creates huge quantities of sulphidic or non-sulphidic tailings which may pose a number of environmental problems (e.g., acid mine drainage formation and tailings dam failures) mainly due to their sheer volumes and toxicities.
New management methods that improve the physical and (or) chemical stability have hence been developed to reduce environmental risks associated with tailings storage, namely, densified tailings, environmental desulphurization, covers built with tailings, and co-disposal of tailings.
Get this from a library! Tailing disposal today: volume 2, proceedings of the Second International Tailings Symposium, Denver, Colorado, May [George Oates Argall;].
Nevertheless, it usually exercises a major impact on the performance of a mining company and is prone to emerging and extreme risks.
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