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  • Ion exchange resins can potentially be applied in cyanide recycling to address growing environmental concerns over the use of cyanide during gold extraction.
  • The SXCN Recovery Process is a safe, environmentally-sound method for removing, recovering and recycling the cyanide in effluents from gold and silver leaching processes.
  • The recycling of cyanide using membrane technology, which is currently under development, is
    planned to be applied to the gold metallurgical extraction process, where the efficacy of cyanide
    use is hindered due to the presence of copper.
  • Treatment of cyanide solutions and slurries using air-sparged hydrocyclone (ASH) technology can reduce the overall cost of cyanide recovery and re-use.
  • Cyanide is also used in low concentrations as a flotation reagent to aid in the recovery of base metals, such as lead, copper, and zinc.
  • Cyanide in mining solutions is collected, either to be recycled or destroyed after the gold is removed.
  • CANMET-MMSL has extensive experience in cyanide recycling technologies as an economic and ecologic alternative to the destruction methods currently used by the gold industry.
  • Cyanide is a useful industrial chemical and its key role in the mining industry is to extract gold.
  • Safe Cyanide Recovery process is a safe, environmentally-sound method for removing, recovering and recycling cyanide in effluents from gold and silver leaching processes. It is particularly cost-effective for gold-copper ores.
  • Cyanide is any chemical compound that contains the cyano group (C N), which consists of a carbon atom triple-bonded to a nitrogen atom.
  • Currently many mines would be technologically and/or economically unable to operate without cyanide.

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