Click Here to visit the ITRC Homepage
Click Here to visit the Mining Waste Home Page
Click Here for Tech-Reg Guidance Page
Click Here for Decision Tree
Click Here for Technology Overviews
Click Here for Case Studies
Click Here for Regulatory Issues
Click Here for Other Resources
Click Here for Additional Resources
Click Here for Appendices
Click Here to Contact UsClick Here to Contact Us
Click Here for Site Map


Decision Tree

The Decision Tree has been designed to guide users to a set of treatment technologies that may be useful in managing a particular mine waste site. The user is presented with a series of questions. By answering the questions, the user is directed towards appropriate treatment technologies. Because of the size and complexity of most mine waste sites, there are generally a variety of environmental problems to be addressed. Those problems may include contaminated groundwater, contaminated residential yards, large areas of mine waste, or contaminated surface waters. The user should go through the decision tree separately for each issue to be addressed.

At the end of each string of questions in the decision tree is a list of treatment technologies. Clicking on that list will take users to Technology Overviews where they will learn more about the applicability of specific technologies and supporting case studies.

Image-Initial Questions Click Here for Immediate Decision Tree Click Here for Mine-impacted Water Decision Tree Click Here for Solid Mine Waste Decision Tree Mouseover for Long Term Definition

Image-spacer
This Web site is owned by ITRC • www.itrcweb.org
50 F Street St., NW • Suite 350 • Washington, DC 20001 • P: 202-266-4920 • F: 202-266-4937 • Sponsored by Environmental Council of the States

Disclaimer, Privacy, and Usage Policies

Click Here to Register for Free IBT Training on Document Click Here to visit the ITRC website Click Here to Go Back to the Previous Page Click Here to Visit Contaminated Dediments Team Public Page Click Here to Return to Title Page Click Here for a Printer Friendly Version of This Page