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Methodology for performing an inventory of closed facilities or abandoned mining waste


Methodology for performing an inventory of closed facilities or abandoned mining waste
Methodology for performing an inventory of closed facilities or abandoned mining waste

Andrés Macho Jiménez (edicion)

Affiliation: MAGRAMA

Biography: Not available

Lucas Vadillo Fernández

Affiliation: IGME

Biography: Not available

Roberto Rodríguez Pacheco

Affiliation: IGME

Biography: Not available

Francisco Javier Fernández Naranjo

Affiliation: IGME

Biography: Not available

Julio César Arranz González

Affiliation: IGME

Biography: Not available

Esther Alberruche del Campo

Affiliation: IGME

Biography: Not available

Virginia Rodríguez Gómez

Affiliation: IGME

Biography: Not available

Lucas Vadillo Fernández

Affiliation: IGME

Biography: Not available

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Lucas Vadillo Fernández; Roberto Rodríguez Pacheco; Francisco Javier Fernández Naranjo; Julio César Arranz González; Esther Alberruche del Campo; Virginia Rodríguez Gómez; Lucas Vadillo Fernández
Edition: Andrés Macho Jiménez

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Publication year: 2014

Language: Spanish

Collection: Environment (off-set)

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Directive 2006/21/CE, on the management of waste from the extractive industries, urges Member States to perform an inventory about closed and abandoned mining waste facilities with significant environmental impacts or those that may become environmental or human health threatening for the medium to long term. In Spain, IGME performed an inventory of mining heaps and ponds in 1998 and 2000-2002. This methodology represents an advancement in the integration of the geotechnical and geochemical aspects that take place in mining waste facilities. The final product is a questionnaire for each facility in which field data, desktop data and laboratory data are shown. This data will be used for the subsequent risk assessment to humans, goods, ecosystems and public health.

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Physical Description : 17 x 24 cm ; 206 p.

ISBN: 978-84-7840-956-3

Publication: Madrid : Geological Survey of Spain, 2014

Reference IGME: 5603/4

Other data of interest: Price: 18 €. It can be purchased at the store of IGME in 34, Cristóbal Bordiú Street (Madrid - Spain) or by mail by sending an email to publicaciones@igme.es // Tell us your opinion: http://igmepublicaciones.blogspot.com.es/

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