Heavy Metal Removal for Mining Wastewater Treatment
With more stringent environmental regulations on mining wastewater treatment and heavy metal removal, it becomes complex for mining operators to operate compliantly and sustainably. But with the proper mining water treatment process, you can remove heavy metals in the wastewater to secure compliance with the most stringent environmental requirements. The water can be recycled for optimum water management.
As a mining operator or smelter, we are sure you will recognize the significant challenges with the current massive focus on sustainable and viable solutions concerning heavy metals in mining wastewater and water consumption. The highly water-intensive operations requiring large volumes of water to operate efficiently are seen as an environmental problem taking water scarcity into account. Simultaneously, the mining operation generates pollutant wastewater streams that cause environmental pollution. These wastewater streams often contain harmful organic compounds, heavy metals, metals, and metalloids. Previously, these mining wastewater streams were usually discharged uncontrolled into oceans, lakes, and rivers without any treatment, leading to contamination of ecosystems.
More strict discharge limits in heavy metals appear to accommodate the massive problem, and more are expected to come. Still, it can be difficult for you as a mining operator to meet the strict discharge limits and environmental regulations on heavy metals in mining wastewater.
With LiqTech membrane ultrafiltration for mining wastewater, you can comply with the most stringent environmental requirements. We provide efficient and reliable mining water filtration systems to minimize your environmental footprint.
A LiqTech system provides you with:
- Removal of heavy metals from wastewater
- Corrosive-resistant system
- The possibility of recovering and recycling of water
- Compliance with the most stringent environmental requirements
- Low operational cost