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Dombrowski career, Kalush, Ivano-Frankivsk region,
In the industrial production of potash fertilizers is present production waste - brine. This technogenic waste accumulate sludge ponds. Brine is also formed during leaching quarry extraction rock, forming large lakes with high concentrations of calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium. The composition of the brines formed by the concentration of elements in the field of extraction and storage of various, but its impact on the natural environment in the event of a spill - equally devastating.
The project proposal is
counted by the example of places of ecological disaster Dombrowski career
Kalush district, Ivano-Frankivsk region of Ukraine with the approximate
composition of the brine CaSO4 - 2,92; MgSO4 - 65,64;
MgCl2 - 16,42; KCl - 47,67; NaCl -
Level brines is constantly increasing, threatening to overflow over the edges of dams and tailings career, brine produces soil erosion, moving towards the river Limnytsia from which threatens to fall into the river Dniester, destroy living creatures and vegetation of the rivers, to deprive the majority of the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine of the drinking water.
We do not agree with: the proposal evaporation about 50 million m3 of brine and backfill soil career in 21 years with a cost of $ 1.0 billion; expectations of the disaster and liquidation of its consequences at the expense Europe and the people of Ukraine.
We offer to our original non-waste technology to recycle brine into useful commodity products - salts of magnesium, calcium, potassium, sodium, with a yield of $ 150 for each cubic meter of brine.
The technology is
suitable for the development of salt deposits, which only in the Carpathian
Problem of a safety
retention technogenic waste not only in
World volumes of raw materials and of the market until it is impossible to specify exactly, but it is obvious that they make many billions of tons and have boundless prospects for development.
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