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Brine Water Treatment through Evaporation Ponds

Brine may be a word you associate with the ocean or pickles, but there are dozens of other sources of saltwater throughout the industrial and manufacturing sector.

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Use of Evaporation Ponds in the Mining Industry

Some of the largest and most well-designed evaporation ponds in the world were built for the use of the mining industry.

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Contaminated Sites Benefit from Evaporation Ponds

It’s best to avoid contaminating soil and water in the first place by handling wastewater and similar contaminants properly from the beginning.

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Evaporation Ponds in Agriculture

In many rural, agricultural areas there is no nearby access to rivers or oceans for drain water disposal.

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Evaporation Ponds for Salt

Salt ponds are a very common type of evaporation pond.

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Evaporation Ponds for Landfill Leachates

Landfills are a common source of contaminated runoff that needs special handling.

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Choosing a Liner for an Evaporation Pond

Once the location has been chosen, you must select a liner. There are two basic options; clay or a multi-layer RPE liner.

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What are Evaporation Ponds?

Evaporation ponds are small, man-made, shallow bodies of water with large surface areas that efficiently utilize wind and sunlight for evaporation.

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Creating Opportunities to Recharge the Groundwater Supply

While most pond owners aim to reduce seepage by installing an impermeable liner, there is a natural function to the effect.

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Choosing a Liner for Potable or Agricultural Use

Many commercial pond liners are marketed as being compatible with potable drinking water supplies or agricultural uses. 

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