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Promising new technology cleans mine wastewater near Silverton

Texas-based company uses innovative technique

Promising new technology cleans mine wastewater near Silverton

Jordan Poweel, a mechanical designer with Green Age Technologies, describes the process of cleaning polluted water from the American Tunnel north of Silverton. The Texas-based company is testing an innovative method to clean mine wastewater. So far, the results are promising.
Andy Evalds, CEO of Green Age Technologies, describes the process of cleaning water flowing from the American Tunnel. Green Age uses a method called cavitation to remove metals from mine wastewater.
Andy Evalds, CEO of Green Age Technologies, describes how his company removes metals from mine wastewater at the American Tunnel north of Silverton.
Water flows from the American Tunnel into ponds where Green Age Technologies is processing mine wastewater.
A comparison of mine wastewater before it is treated, left, by Texas-based Green Age Technologies and afterward. A process called cavitation removes solids from the water.
Water flows from American Tunnel at the Gladstone site into ponds before it flows into Cement Creek north of Silverton. Green Age Technologies is testing an innovative method to clean the wastewater. So far, results are promising.
Water flows from the American Tunnel into ponds where Green Age Technologies is processing mine wastewater north of Silverton. The Environmental Protection Agency is open to cheaper and more effective ways to treat mine wastewater at the Superfund site.
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