drainage is one of the most serious and potentially enduring environmental
problems for the mining industry.
Left unchecked, it can result
in such long-term water quality impacts that it could well be this
industry’s most harmful legacy.
Effectively dealing with acid
drainage is a formidable challenge for which no global solutions
The International Network
for Acid Prevention (INAP) is an industry group created to help
meet this challenge. INAP exists to fill the need for an international
body which mobilizes acid drainage information and experience. The
network was founded in 1998. Since then INAP has become a proactive,
global leader in this field.
INAP member companies
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