The Florida phosphate slimes problem a review and a bibliography by United States. Bureau of Mines.

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  • Phosphate mines and mining -- Waste disposal.,
  • Phosphates -- Florida.,
  • Phosphates -- Bibliography.,
  • Phosphate mines and mining -- Bibliography.

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Bibliography: p. 21-41.

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Other titlesPhosphate slimes problem.
Statementby staff, Bureau of Mines.
SeriesInformation circular - Bureau of Mines ; 8668, Information circular (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 8668.
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Pagination41 p. :
Number of Pages41
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Recovery of phosphate from Florida phosphate operations slimesAuthor. Unknown. The Florida Phosphate Slimes Problem--a Review and a Bibliography. Authors Anonymous Source NTIS: PB pages Link NIOSHTIC No.

Abstract The Florida phosphate industry, which supplies about three-quarters of the domestic phosphate fertilzer, produces tremendous volumes of phosphatic clay wastes (slimes).

Electro-dewatering tests of Florida phosphate rock slime [Stanczyk, Martin H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Electro-dewatering tests of Florida phosphate rock slime.

Characterization studies of Florida phosphate slimes (OCoLC) Online version: Characterization studies of Florida phosphate slimes (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: W E Lamont; United States.

Bureau of Mines.; University of Alabama. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Recovery of phosphate from Florida phosphate operations slimes. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of. ods to dewater the Florida phosphate industry's slimes.

30 a:aIue and The addition o~.calCIum The techniques developed so far include flocculation oXld.e or calcIum carbonate will produce ~reclpltates of and consolidation of the particles by addition of various calCIum phosp:hat~ salts and othe~ metallic phosphates.

Phosphate slimes contain 6 to 17 pct P, which in some cases amounts to almost one-third of the phosphate in the matrix (1). Recov­ ery of phosphate from the slimes would lengthen the life of domestic phosphate reserves. Florida phosphate slimes have been ex­ tensively characterized by the Bureau of.

Assuming an average P concentration of 12% in the past slimes, simple multiplication says that almost million tons of P (an equivalent of million tons of phosphate rock with a P of 30%) have been discarded with the phosphatic clays in Florida alone. ZHANG and M.

BOGAN TABLE 1 Florida Phosphate Balance Sheet Portions. Chemical and physical beneficiation of Florida phosphate slimes Paperback – January 1, by James H. Gary (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback Author: James H.

Gary. Electrophoresis and coagulation studies of some Florida phosphate slimes (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Oleg Terichow; Alexander May; United States.

Bureau of Mines.; University of. Utilization of Phosphate Slimes International Minerals & Chemical Corporation Old Orchard Road Skokie, Illinois for the Environmental Protection Agency Project 7. EPU August For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S.

Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. - Price $ Stock Number DEWATERING OF PHOSPHATE SLIMES different regions of the container during stirring to maintain homo-geneity: this sample is referred to as. slime' in this paper. Slime without the sand was prepared by passing the C slime' through a 37.

sieve. This is referred to as. RATIO uJ -r-:' PHOSPHATIC SLIME ALONE L ] 2 O ~-- ~ 1 1 ALL AT, I 2 I NATURAL pH C3 ( 3 T: 4 1 0,~L L LLIII I J J:JJl J I ikllL ;o lO0 lO oo TIME MIN I i i illI [ i i]] [ I Jill[ C {8o ~ 60 0 PHOSPHATIC SLIME ALONE "~ I-- i L 1 ALL AT u_ 40 D 2: l NATURAL pH 0 .9 01 i i I i i rllliO I I i i ~ i ~]~0 i i i i ~ iiiJlO The federal Bureau of Mines, in cooperation with phosphate companies in the Florida land-pebble area, made a comprehensive study of the waste clays, or "phosphate slimes," produced in the mining of phosphate rock in Florida.

These slimes represent a significant ecological problem and a major deterrent to effective land recovery in the phosphate-mining areas. EPA/ March ELIMINATION OF WASHER SLIMES FROM THE PRODUCTION OF PHOSPHATE CHEMICALS by Raybon C.

Cannon, Roger S. Ribas, J. David Nickerson, and Robert A. Weisback USS Agr1-Chemicals Division U.S. Steel Corporation DeKalb Industrial Way Decatur, Georgia for State of Florida Department of Environmental Regulation Tallahassee, Florida. The Florida Phosphate Producers course is a 16 hour (2 day) program that addresses new hire and contractor safety and orientation to the types of hazards that one may encounter on site.

Safety Solutions and Supply’s Certified Instructors will provide an excellent overview and introduction to the fertilizer production process and general.

Electrophoretic mobilities and cation exchange capacities of Florida phosphate slimes. [Washington]: Bureau of Mines, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alexander May; United States.

Bureau of Mines. Four Corners Lonesome Mine_DEP Staff Jessica Duke_Dragline Phosphate Mining Florida's Phosphate MinesThere are 27 phosphate mines in Florida, covering more thanacres. Nine phosphate mines are currently active. Nine mines are percent reclaimed and released from reclamation obligations.

The remaining mines are either not started or are shut down. Minerals Fngineering, Vol. 10, No. 9, pp.Pergamoiii 0 Elsevier Science Ltd S(97" Printed in Great Britain. All rightb reserved /97 $+ CHALLENGING THE "CRAGO" DOUBLE FLOAT PROCESS IL AMINE-FATTY AC]ID FLOTATTON OF SI]LICEOUS PHOSPHATES P.

ZHANG, Y. YU and M. BOGAN Florida Institute of Phosphate. Florida's phosphate deposits lie below the earth's surface at depths of about 15 to feet. The soil is stripped away in immense ditches and piled to one side. The discarded slimes, not only ac- count for heavy losses (up to 60%) of P values, but also pose problems in their safe disposal (USBM, ; Pradip, ).

The feasibility of using selective flocculation techniques to recover values from phosphate slimes has been investigated by a number of investigators (Davenport et al., ; Pradip et. Recovery of phosphate values from slimes by selective flocculation.

In: S.P. Meh- rotra and T.R. Ramachandran (Editors), Progress in Metallurgical Research Fundamentals and Applied Aspects. McGraw-Hill, New York, NY, pp. To meet the growing global demand for rare earth elements (REEs), nontraditional mining sources of these metals are being investigated.

Phosphate ore and phosphate mining wastes have been identified as possible alternative sources to REEs. In this study, REEs were extracted from Florida phosphate mining materials using mineral and organic acids. The REEs were then recovered at high.

“Slime” ponds. Florida’s phosphate belt is concentrated in four fast-growing rural counties east of Tampa, and the sheer magnitude of the operations is staggering. Someacres have already been mined, and phosphate companies own or control an additional— an. The Bureau of Mines conducted tests on seven samples of Florida phosphate operations slimes to develop a method to recover phosphate presently being discarded because of its small grain size.

A system of hydrocyclones and hydroseparators was used to recover up to 96 pct of the plus mesh material from the slimes. This plus mesh material was subjected to fatty acid flotation, and concentr. Metallurgical ContentThe Phosphate Flotation FlowsheetPhosphate GRINDINGPhosphate DESLIMINGPhosphate FLOTATIONFILTERING AND DRYING PhosphatePhosphate TAILING DISPOSALSAMPLINGTesting Phosphate in LABORATORYSummary The phosphate-bearing formations in the West constitute relatively thick beds of phosphatic sandstones and shales that can.

Effect of Particle Characteristics on Fatty Acid Flotation of Florida Phosphate Rock. the curve, then the separation efficiency is limited by other factors (surface composition, slime coating, etc.) in addition to liberation limitations.

the chemical composition of particle surfaces and the surface properties controlling collector. (Central Florida is the heart of the US phosphate industry). The EPA estimates that the current stockpile of waste in Central Florida’s gypsum stacks has reached “nearly 1 billion metric tons.” (The average gypsum stack takes up about acres of surface area – equal to about football fields – and can go as high as feet.).

The Bureau of Mines conducted tests on samples of two Florida phosphate slimes to devise a technique to recover phosphate currently discarded because of its fine size.

A flotation technique was devised to recover the phosphate contained in two fractions of each slime: the plus um fraction and the plus um fraction. The three main causes of Florida's phosphate industry's financial problems are foreign competition, the financial problems of farmers in the United States and the strength of the United States' dollar.

Telephone interview with Min Oak, Public Relations, Florida Phosphate Council (Jan. 20, ). Recovery of Phosphate from Florida Phosphatic Clays. Final. Abstract. In order to identify the current magnitude of phosphate loss in phosphatic clays, numerous phosphatic clay (slimes) samples were collected from four operating plants in Florida.

The average phosphate concentration in these waste clays range from % P 2 O 5. Projected Economic Impact of Central Florida Phosphate Industry from Domestic Mining Only on Study Area by Scenario, Year Scenario Actual1" 2.

lit * 2. lit $ $ $ $ Production (mi 1 1 ion short tons) Phosphate. The North Carolina slimes dewater much more easily than do Florida slimes which eliminates the need for extensive slime storape. further evaluation will be required to define the total radiochemical pollution problem from each phosphate plant.

Gypsum slurry transport water in mills using Florida phosphate rock is extremely acidic, with. Phosphorite, or phosphate rock, is the raw material of phosphoric acid production. It has also been regarded as the most important secondary rare earth element (REE) resource due to low contents of rare earth elements contained in the ore.

In Florida, there is about 19 Mt of phosphate rock mined annually. After beneficiation, the phosphate rock concentrate is utilized to produce phosphoric.

tons. The Florida phosphate deposits are the most productive in the world. About 1 billion tons of phosphate­ rock concentrate, containing an average of about 32 percent P20s, have been produced since the start of mining in Phosphate mining in Florida was initially confined to high-grade deposits in Polk and Hillsborough Counties.

Phosphate mining in Florida, a source book. Characterization studies of Florida phosphate slimes. processing deposits as low as 10 to 15 percent bone phosphate of lime.

The major problems. Florida has two major phosphate deposits: the Bone Valley Formation and the Hawthorn Formation. The high grade, easy-to-process Bone Valley deposit is being depleted rapidly, and the mining industry is moving south/southwest to the Southern Extension of Bone.

And phosphate mining in Florida, which is home to the world’s largest phosphate mine, is being challenged by environmentalists concerned about its impact on waterways and drinking water supplies.

Already, like other key commodities with once-dominant sources running low, the price of phosphate is starting to yo-yo alarmingly. INORGANIC FERTILIZER AND PHOSPHATE MINING INDUSTRIES WATER POLLUTION AND CONTROL Prepared by Battelle Memorial Institute Richland, Washington for the Environmental Protection Agency Grant No.

FPD September, For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. - Price $. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the state’s lead agency for environmental management and stewardship – protecting our air, water and land.

The vision of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is to create strong community partnerships, safeguard Florida’s natural resources and enhance its ecosystems.Throughout history, Florida has been known for its clear, sandy-bottomed rivers, streams, lakes, springs, bays and beaches—places of beauty and revitalization that draw visitors from around the globe.

Today, many of the postcard-perfect blue waters that make Florida a tourist mecca are coming up green and choked with nasty, toxic algae.The Tuscaloosa Metallurgy Research Center, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is investigating the recovery of phosphate from beneficiation slime, as part of the Bureau of Mines efforts to conserve mineral resources through increased use of wastes.

Phosphate equivalent to about two- fifths of U.S. production is discarded annually in the wastes. Exploratory flotation tests on the plus 5-um fraction of a slime s.

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