Zero liquid discharge system to treat mine wastewater in West Virginia

April 18, 2011
Apr. 18, 2011 -- A state-of-the-art Zero Liquid Waste Discharge system will treat high volume, complex mine water from CONSOL Energy's Blacksville #2, Loveridge, and Robinson Run mines...

Apr. 18, 2011 -- A state-of-the-art Zero Liquid Waste Discharge system will treat high volume, complex mine wastewater from CONSOL Energy's Blacksville #2, Loveridge, and Robinson Run mines.

Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies will design, build, and operate the system, which will be located near Mannington, WV.

Final design of the facility will be completed within the next few months, with construction to start in July and full operation to commence by May 2013. The Veolia team will be utilizing primarily local personnel through its office in Pittsburgh and local construction partners. The project is expected to create approximately 200 construction jobs over the next 2 1/2 years and will require about 20 permanent employees to operate the facility.

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