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For many decorative and recreational ponds, gaining some water during rainy seasons and losing a few inches during a hot summer has relatively little overall effect.
Few other ponds have the stringent demands for liner durability and damage resistance of processing ponds.
With such sensitive material being handled in the leaching pad and processing pond system, it’s not surprising that many states require these facilities to integrate constant leak detection systems.
While most mining facility managers focus their attention primarily on the processing ponds used for mineral and ore recovery, the collection and transportation ditches connecting the ponds together are just as important.
Sizing is slightly more complicated for processing ponds using in the mining industry than for other types of water features.
The entire hydrometallurgical process begins with a bulk collection of the raw materials containing the desired ore or mineral.
Processing ponds, whether they’re designed to hold pregnant or barren solutions, require durable liners you can count on.
It’s a common misconception that ores are mined directly from rock in a pure form.