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March 21st, 2018 in News by emily

MINEWATER UTILISATION PROPOSALS FOR LOCAL HEATING

SYSTEM AT QUEENS MEDICAL CENTRE, MEDIPARK AND

NOTTINGHAM UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

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In over 20 years of involvement with control and treatment of minewater, the Trust has built up a

fund of knowledge and experience which has equipped it to explore the various possibilities for

harnessing this hot water ‘resource’ for wide ranging benefit. Whilst minewater is a pollutant but

it can be viewed as a hugely valuable resource. The mere control of water from abandoned

coalfields in the UK already requires an expenditure of many £millions annually and this cost is

growing as the Coal Authority install new plants to remediate or protect more and more

locations from pollution. A recent report (Atkins 2011) for the Department of Energy and Climate

Change estimated that the cost of protecting the environment.from mettalliferous mining sites

would be in the region of £300 million. Use as a means of heating will turn a negative issue into

a positive benefit.

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Author: emily

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