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Brent Means

Hydrologist and Geochemist

Office of Surface Mining

Direct Phone: (717) ***-**** ext. **       

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Office of Surface Mining

1951 Constitution Ave. NW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 20240

United States

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Background Information

Education

B.S.

Geology

M.S.

Hydrogeology

MS degree

Hydrogeology

Wright State University

Web References (13 Total References)


Also as part of that track, ...

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Also as part of that track, Brent Means of OSM asked, "What defines success for a passive treatment system?"His thought provoking presentation demonstrated that success is far more elusive than what might seem obvious.


Abandoned Mine Posts » Helpful Tools

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Conference goers were particularly interested in "AMD Treatability" presented by Brent Means of the Office of Surface Mining (OSM) and "Operation and Maintenance of AMD Treatment Systems" presented by PA DEP's Pam Milavec.


Abandoned Mine Posts » Uncategorized

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Conference goers were particularly interested in "AMD Treatability" presented by Brent Means of the Office of Surface Mining (OSM) and "Operation and Maintenance of AMD Treatment Systems" presented by PA DEP's Pam Milavec.


SCRIP Monthly Meeting Minutes

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Because of some monitoring by Brent Means of the Office of Surface Mining earlier this summer, some adjustments were made.

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Brent Means, with the Office of Surface Mining, studied these systems and found they are often undersized and usually last about 5 years; there is no easy way to remove the collected Manganese.


IWC Technical Sessions

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Brent Means, U.S. Office of Surface Mining Reclamation Enforcement, Harrisburg PA

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