Author: Khosravinejad, Mehran
This thesis provides a prefeasibility justification for a new Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Plant at Cameco’s Rabbit Lake operation. The economics of the proposed project are discussed in detail including an in-depth explanation of the uranium industry, required capital investment, and expected gains. As well, the potential environmental and social effects of constructing the reverse osmosis facility and extending the life of the Eagle Point mine are examined. After all potential impacts of this project are considered, it is concluded that a reverse osmosis plant is the most beneficial method for dealing with increasing water inflows at the Eagle Point underground mine.
EMBA Project-Simon Fraser University
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