Freeze purification of mine-impacted water: laboratory study and mathematical modeling

The project is dedicated to the investigation and testing of environment-friendly, energy-efficient freezing technology for the remediation of mine-impacted water. This technology could be beneficial and economically feasible for the regions with cold weather conditions and vulnerable to anthropogenic impact. The primary research objectives of current project are to continue and advance laboratory experiments started by Core Geoscience Services Inc.

Modeling the Removal of Mine-impacted Water Species Using Freezing Technologies Focused on Frazil Ice Formation

The development of environment-friendly freezing technologies to contaminated water is a potential solution for water treatment in regions with cold weather conditions and vulnerable to anthropogenic impact. The results of laboratory tests fulfilled by Core Geoscience Services Inc. on the removal of mine-impacted water species through ice formation along with other publicly available data will form a basis for the next stage of research comprising quantitative analysis and mathematical modelling.