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Long-Term Performance and Cost Benefit Analysis of Passive Acid Mine Drainage Treatment Systems Installed in the Appalachian Coal Region of the Eastern United States

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  • This project evaluated the performance of nine passive treatment methods by studying 137 treatment units in eight eastern states. Performance was normalised according to construction cost, projected service life and kilograms of acid load treated. Results were dimensioned as $/kg of acid load treated/year. These costs were then compared to those of chemical treatment. Sites that achieved acid load reductions at costs below those of chemical treatment were considered successful. In addition to evaluating the performance of the treatment methods, this paper describes the various passive treatment systems, their applications and performance data for individual treatment units.

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    2003
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    Article (Published)
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    https://doi.org/10.7939/r3-eah0-yq08
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