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Why Cover Wastewater and Sewage?: Part 2

Organic wastewater contains large amounts of nutrients, which promote plant growth.

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Why Cover Wastewater and Sewage?: Part 1

At first, it may seem odd to put a lid on a pond, but in reality, storage tanks, cisterns, and other facilities usually appear with covers in place.

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Wastewater Management and Containment

Since wastewater storage facilities often serve for extended periods, engineers must consider long-term risks. 

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What is Wastewater?

Wastewater is an inclusive term referring to water made unsuitable for repeated use either due to the service itself or outside contamination.

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Dealing with Challenges in Geomembrane Installation for Mining Reclamation and Rehabilitation

Though many of today's mining projects typically require geomembranes, there are installation considerations you'll need to think about that can cause issues if you're not careful. 

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Selecting the Right Geomembrane Features for Mining Reclamation and Rehabilitation

Now that you've figured out the type of polymer you need to use for your mining reclamation and rehabilitation project, it's time to look at the many other features that will be important to the longevity of your project.

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Types of Geomembranes for Mining Reclamation and Rehabilitation

Though there are numerous geomembranes used across all industries, only a few of these will work well in mining environments. 

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Where Can Geomembranes Be Used in Mining Reclamation and Rehabilitation?

As an essential part of the mining industry, geomembranes can be used for multiple, varying uses in each location. 

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Materials Used in the Final Mining Reclamation and Rehabilitation

There is a range of materials that have been used in the past and present to help during the mining reclamation and rehabilitation process to seal in potential contaminants, with varying degrees of success.

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Geomembranes Used in the Progressive Mining Reclamation and Rehabilitation Processes

One solution to these issues is the use of geomembranes, which can be used both in progressive as well as traditional mining reclamation and rehabilitation practices.

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Potential Issues Faced in Mining Reclamation and Rehabilitation

When land is disturbed in mining operations, there are a wide range of issues that can arise. 

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The Mining Reclamation and Rehabilitation Process

When new mineral assets are discovered, the mining process begins. 

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Maintaining a New Pond Liner

A well-installed liner doesn’t need a lot of direct maintenance.

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Things To Do After Replacing Your Pond Liner

Once your liner is fully installed and securely anchored, you’re ready to get back to normal.

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How To Replace a Pond Liner

Now that your excavation is fully renovated and ready for action, it’s time for the main event:

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When Replacing a Pond Liner Take These Things into Consideration

This is the ideal time to make adjustments, add protections, or add new features to your pond.

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Should You Get Rid of Your Old Pond Liner?

Once the pond is empty, and the liner is fully exposed, it’s time to remove it. But wait! In some cases, it may be a reasonable option to leave the liner there. 

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6 Primary Considerations when Replacing a Pond Liner

Sometimes the most mundane details are overlooked when you’re getting ready for a big project. 

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4 Steps to Replacing a Pond Liner

Once you’ve settled on replacement, you’re looking at a good chunk of work, so it’s wise to plan to make the most of your effort. 

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Should Your Repair or Replace Your Pond Liner?

Repair is almost always the least expensive option, providing it is successful on the first try.

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Locating a Leak in Your Pond Liner

Most direct damage to the liner produces tears and punctures. A large hole near the surface of the water may be easy to identify and evaluate. 

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Dealing with Pond Liner Leaks - Where Has All the Water Gone?

Once you’ve taken a shot at identifying the type of liner you’re working with, it’s time to try to identify the type, location, and cause of the leak, if possible. 

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5 Types of Pond Liners

Whether you’re dealing with a dry, semi-dry, or just a mildly leaky pond, take the time to see what’s there, a few inches or several inches into the dirt.

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What Type of Pond do I Have?

Artificial ponds come in all shapes and sizes and are used for almost every imaginable purpose

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The Ecology of a Fish Stocking Pond

The intent of a stocking pond is to have an environment that is as conducive as possible for fish growth and survival, no matter what the ultimate purpose of the pond might be.

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