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The mine pit following the release of the treated water.

A new cost-effective technology to treat mining wastewater and reduce sludge by up to 90 per cent has been used for the first time at a commercial mine.

Media Release: Turning mining wastewater into rainwater

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View of a mine pit after the treated water has been released
View of a mine pit after the treated water has been released
by CSIRO

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