Partnership for Acid Drainage Remediation in Europe (PADRE)
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Sub-organization of C-XD5219 - International Mine Water Association (IMWA).
Promote best practice in stewardship of water and soil on European sites subject to generation and migration of acidic drainage; foster collaborative, international research and development into techniques for characterization and abatement of acidic drainage in Europe; promote dissemination of knowledge and advance training in the field.
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