Eagle Mine Humboldt Tailings Disposal Facility Seepage Cut-off Grouting Program
Marquette County, Michigan
A Grouting Production Program was conducted at the Eagle Mine Humboldt Tailings Disposal Facility in Marquette County, Michigan. The purpose of the production program was to mitigate seepage in the glacial soil deposits contained between an existing soil bentonite wall and the underlying quartzite bedrock foundation.
Facilities: Civil/Site Development, Mining: Closure, Engineering, Environmental Management & Remediation: Engineering Design & Construction Management/Inspection, Federal: Environmental, Environmental Management & Remediation, Environmental Management & Remediation: Environmental Management Systems & Compliance, Mining: Exploration, Federal, Geotechnical: Foundations, Geotechnical, Geotechnical: Grouting, Mining, Geotechnical: Seepage Remediation, Federal: Water Resources
Mine Water Passive Discharge Treatment System
A confidential client requested a passive mine discharge treatment system for coal mine discharges emanated from closed deep mines in West Virginia. The client's facility was required by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to meet the discharge permit concentration level for a specific element. A significant reduction...
Mining: Closure, Engineering, Mining
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