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Central disposal Site ate the abandoned Baccu Locci lead arsenic sulfide mine

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Solid mining waste with high concentrations of leachable arsenic, lead, zinc etc. has been excavated from more than 20 sites along river Baccu Locci and was deposited in the Central Disposal Cite. At the foot of the site is situated the external Permeable Reactive Barrier that treats aCID (pH = 5) percolate of on average 1 m3/day volumetric flow and appr. 500 mg/L of heavy metals in solution.

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A: PRB2 Baccu Locci Central Disposal Site

Por Hans Zijlstra, 320 metros de distância

The experimental filter PRB2 contains specially developed pellets that remove heavy metals (500 mg/L)...

PRB2 Baccu Locci Central Disposal Site

B: External permeable reactive barrier treating acid mine water from san riccardo gallery

Por Hans Zijlstra, 700 metros de distância

Experimental filter treating the acid mine drainage (pH 5, 20 mg/L metal cations, 13 m3/day) of the a...

External permeable reactive barrier treating acid mine water from san riccardo gallery

C: Baccu Locci lake near former mine flotation plant

Por Hans Zijlstra, 900 metros de distância

The Baccu Locci river incises Paleozoic schist with lead-arsenic sulfide ore that has been mined for ...

Baccu Locci lake near former mine flotation plant

D: Baccu Locci mining abandoned Lead Arsenic sulfide ore processing plant

Por Hans Zijlstra, 1,000 metros de distância

The remediated Baccu Locci lead arsenic sulfide ore processing plant along river Baccu Locci. Opposit...

Baccu Locci mining abandoned Lead Arsenic sulfide ore processing plant

E: Abandoned Baccu Locci lead arsenate sulfide ore processing plant

Por Hans Zijlstra, 1.2 Km de distância

The abandoned Baccu Locci lead-arsenate sulfide ore processing plant has been cleaned and pollution b...

Abandoned Baccu Locci lead arsenate sulfide ore processing plant

F: A bend in Baccu Locci braided River showing boulders transported during rain-storms in winter

Por Hans Zijlstra, 2.4 Km de distância

A bend in Baccu Locci braided River showing boulders transported during rain-storms in winter

A bend in Baccu Locci braided River showing boulders transported during rain-storms in winter

G: Baccu Locci Springtime

Por Hans Zijlstra, 4.8 Km de distância

A field along River Baccu Locci during Springtime with flowering Asphodelus microcarpus and Lavandula...

Baccu Locci Springtime

H: Castello Di Quirra

Por Hans Zijlstra, 7.3 Km de distância

The ruins of a castle that was build in the 12th century by the kings of the 'province'of Cagliari ca...

Castello Di Quirra

I: Quirra river green marsh landscape in spring

Por Hans Zijlstra, 7.3 Km de distância

Where the Quirra river reaches the sea, a very lush green marsh has formed that nowadays is fairly we...

Quirra river green marsh landscape in spring

J: Castle Of Quirra

Por Hans Zijlstra, 8.2 Km de distância

The first sign of life when coming from the abandoned Baccu Locci mine is this little bar at Quirra, ...

Castle Of Quirra

Esta panorâmica foi tirada em Sardinia

Esta é uma visão geral de Sardinia

Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily). The area of Sardinia is 24,090 square kilometres (9,301 sq mi). The island is surrounded (clockwise from north) by the French island of Corsica, the Italian Peninsula, Tunisia and the Balearic Islands. Sardinia is a constitutional part of Italy, with a special statute of regional autonomy under the Italian Constitution.

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