Biohydrometallurgy: From the Single Cell to the Environment

Volumes 20-21

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Annett Storch, Katja Tröger, Nils Hoth, Kay Knöller

Abstract: It has been postulated that bacterial sulphate reduction is related to pH-values above 5.5 (e.g. [1]). First investigations for the 80-year...

Authors: F. Glombitza, S. Kutschke, G. Kiessig, A. Zellmer

Abstract: Water draining a waste dump at the Hartenstein site of the former uranium mining company SDAG Wismut is characterised by an uranium...

Authors: F. Glombitza, J. Pinka, S. Kutschke, E. Janneck, R. Kahnt

Abstract: Piles and dumps in mining sites of lignite and ore mines very often generate drainage water with a low pH value. Furthermore they are...

Authors: A. Arora, S. Saxena

Abstract: Sludge, a natural, uncalled for byproduct of aerobic/ anaerobic biological digestion of organic matter present in wastewaters, also known...

Authors: Sabine Willscher, Sophie Starke, M. Katzschner, Manfred Felix

Abstract: An enhanced entry of heavy metals and metalloids into ground and surface water was observed in the historical hard coal mining areas of the...

Authors: Katalin Gruiz, E. Vaszita, Z. Siki, Viktória Feigl

Abstract: An Environmental Risk Management methodology was developed for the Toka catchment area, an abandoned base metal mining site in...

Authors: L. Juárez-García, R.E. Rivera-Santillán

Abstract: Mining activities have deleterious impacts on the environment, such as the formation of acid mine drainage (AMD), which occurs by the...

Authors: Pavlina Kousi, E. Remoudaki, Artin Hatzikioseyian, Marios Tsezos

Abstract: An upflow fixed-bed sulphate-reducing reactor has been set up and monitored for the treatment of metal-bearing wastewater. Zinc has been...

Authors: Roger B. Herbert, Axel Schippers

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