The feasibility of a method of concentrate management depends on a wide range of factors. The selection is very much site specific, and for each site often only one or two concentrate management options are feasible. Of particular importance is the quality of the concentrate, the cost of the process, any potential environmental impacts and regulations surrounding the method of concentrate management.
KeywordsCosts Disposal regulations Environmental impacts Process selection
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