Tag: selenium

Questions We Get About Selen-IX™

September 25, 2023

We have been fielding many questions about our Selen-IX™ process for selenium removal, as it is the only commercially available non-biological technology in use by mining and power generation at present to remove the selenate form of selenium to less than 0.5 ppb, without generating liquid brine and fixing the selenium into a stable solid […]

Electrocoagulation for Mine Water Treatment: Myths & Truths

April 26, 2017

As the industry turns to greener processes, the use of electrochemical technologies such as electrocoagulation is gaining more traction for the removal of contaminants from industrial wastewater. Electrocoagulation can be effective in some applications, but the technology also has its constraints. Here, we unveil some of the myths & truths about electrocoagulation. Chemical Coagulation and […]

Keeping up with Selenium

December 5, 2016

Recent regulatory changes and research findings are contributing to what we need to do and what we need to know to effectively manage selenium in mine waters. From the steady flow of information on selenium, we highlight a few that may be of interest to anyone involved with its management. Update on Selenium Regulations in […]