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Water recycling and drainage
Water is one of life's most precious resources and Australian water users are under increasing pressure to practice and demonstrate responsible and efficient water management.
Recycling of water
Water recycling can take many forms from simple greywater; where domestic water from showers, baths and basins are reused and stormwater capture; where rain run-off is stored, right through to wastewater or sewage treatment plants where wastewater is captured, treated and reused for industrial purposes such as dust control, cooling systems, cleaning or hosing down and irrigation.
Water recycling for mining
Now more than ever mining organisations need to be able to demonstrate efficient water conservation practices and balance this with the large demands for water often required in mining processes.
The inclusion of wastewater or sewage treatment plants in mining is almost mandatory and in the very least shows an organisation's commitment to water conservation.
Capturing water and treating it to the standards required for its various uses and then storing that water means a mine can utilise recycled water for:
- Process water for cooling systems or for boilers
- Vehicle or facility washing and hosing-down
- Surface or sub-surface irrigation
- Dust suppression
- Pressurised water systems
- Wet screening
- Gravity drainage decks
- Belt filter presses
- Tailings dams
- Managed aquifer recharge
Darling Irrigation is experienced in the design and construction of water recycling systems to suit mine sites. Containment systems, tailings dams, and stormwater capture and reuse systems are all within the scope of capabilities of our business.
When combined with Darling Irrigation's other products and services including pipeline installation, pumping systems and irrigation solutions, then mining organisations have a "one stop" supplier available when partnering with Darling Irrigation.