WaterShed™ technology allows for a higher degree of operational flexibility, and significantly lower startup costs. Most importantly, it doesn’t require the buildable space or a large capital investment of a paste thickener or twin belt filter press. Typically, WaterShed™ technology is directly injected into the refuse slurry line in a specified sequence prior to discharge to improve dewatering. This will allow you to reduce CAPEX, improve mechanical stability, extend TSF life, manage water balance and meet effluent water quality requirements.
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More Tailings Management Information
Slurry cells can also limit the overall pace of production, as only a small and finite number of cells can be built and filled simultaneously. It takes time to fill a cell, and even longer for deposited solids to dewater so that a cell can be covered to create space for a new layer in the same impoundment.
There are few alternatives to refuse impoundments and the slow solids densification of a typical slurry cell. These alternatives offer the advantage of limiting the active footprint of a coal waste disposal site, with primary alternatives including:
Filtration using twin belt filter presses or vacuum filters to remove sufficient water to make waste solids easily conveyed or hauled away. Paste, or deep cone thickening, to increase refuse slurry specific gravity before the refuse slurry is deposited in the impoundment to speed up the process of refuse dewatering. While these options can ease waste slurry management issues and prolong the life of scarce impoundment space, they also have significant drawbacks, including high capital start-up, labor and maintenance costs, and limited operational flexibility.