Delivering Solutions to Meet Your Mine Water Needs

Water supply and scarcity, combined with regulatory constraints are changing the landscape of mine site water management. With a tremendous amount of water used in mining operations, it is important for mining companies to meet current and future environmental requirements when treating raw water and maintaining high-quality water standards.

 

Pall Water provides sustainable solutions that allow mines to treat water for reuse, meet discharge requirements, improve water usage, and become less dependent on external water supplies. Whether water reuse or wastewater management is your goal, Pall offers a variety of solutions designed to meet your needs. Contact us today for more informaiton about our mine water solutions. 

Featured Solutions

Discover Water Treatment Solutions for the Mining Industry:

Mobile Water Solutions: Aria FAST – MF / UF Systems

Water on demand - when and where you need it

Whether you require emergency water treatment for a few days, or a few years, our Aria FAST units provide a complete, automated membrane system that requires minimal labor and can be operational within hours.

Reverse Osmosis Solutions: IMPRO

Intelligent, maximum performance reverse osmosis

Available in mobile-ready containers or pacakged, skid-mounted systems, the IMPRO is designed to fit your groundwater treatment and water polishing needs. 

Pretreatment Solutions: Filters & Housings

Smart water solutions to protect what matters

Shop our wide range of consumable filters and housings to protect your membranes, your systems, and your investments. 

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Case Studies

Discover how our technology provides reliable solutions for the mining industry

Peru Gold Mine – Mobile Treatment Meets Seasonal Demand and Protects RO Membranes

THE CHALLENGE: In 2015, a high-altitude gold mining plant in Peru sought to protect its existing reverse osmosis (RO) unit from contaminated leachate water. An operator found that the plant’s conventional treatment, consisting of neutralized and treated leaching water, could not provide a stable and high-quality stream of water for mining production. THE NEED: The plant required a quick, reliable wastewater solution to not only meet peak demand in the summer months, but also treat the mine leachate and prevent the existing RO membrane from collapsing or releasing contaminated water into the environment. THE SOLUTION: Despite geographical challenges, Pall Water delivered a fast, easy-to-operate solutions that fit into the plant's small footprint.
THE CHALLENGE: In 2015, a high-altitude gold mining plant in Peru sought to protect its existing reverse osmosis (RO) unit from contaminated leachate water. An operator found that the plant’s conventional treatment, consisting of neutralized and treated leaching water, could not provide a stable and high-quality stream of water for mining production. THE NEED: The plant required a quick, reliable wastewater solution to not only meet peak demand in the summer months, but also treat the mine leachate and prevent the existing RO membrane from collapsing or releasing contaminated water into the environment. THE SOLUTION: Despite geographical challenges, Pall Water delivered a fast, easy-to-operate solutions that fit into the plant's small footprint.
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Nevada Mine – Rapid Deployment of Mobile Water Treatment for Emergency Response

THE CHALLENGE: An operating mine in remote Nevada experienced a pit flood resulting from groundwater recharge. Over 40 million gallons of water flooded the open pit, bringing mine operations to a halt. When introduced to the pit, the groundwater recharge was then contaminated with manganese, heavy metals, and sulfides in high levels. THE NEED: Water treatment was needed, with a resulting water quality suitable for agricultural irrigation. Furthermore, an immediate solution was needed to resume operations at the mine before winter closures. THE SOLUTION: The installation of an Aria FAST system enabled pit water treatment in less than two months.
THE CHALLENGE: An operating mine in remote Nevada experienced a pit flood resulting from groundwater recharge. Over 40 million gallons of water flooded the open pit, bringing mine operations to a halt. When introduced to the pit, the groundwater recharge was then contaminated with manganese, heavy metals, and sulfides in high levels. THE NEED: Water treatment was needed, with a resulting water quality suitable for agricultural irrigation. Furthermore, an immediate solution was needed to resume operations at the mine before winter closures. THE SOLUTION: The installation of an Aria FAST system enabled pit water treatment in less than two months.
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