India. Agrawal et al. provide a table, where the details of the RM disposal practices, after Prasad PM et al. at the Indian alumina plants are summarised: Source: A. Agrawal, K.K. Sahu, B.D. Pandey, Solid waste management in non-ferrous industries in India, Resources, Conservation and Recycling 42 (2004) 99–120).
PUNE, India, March 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --. The report "Waste Disposal Regulations for Drilling Mud & Cuttings Technology, Cost Trends, Environmental Impact and Regional Regulatory Bodies by Mud .
Over the last five years, India’s first and only recycling plant for construction and demolition (C&D) waste has saved the already-polluted Yamuna and the overflowing landfills of Delhi from 15.4.
monsoons, the waste may be carried by run-off to the surface water courses and as a result of leaching may cause contamination of ground water: Further disposal of large quantities of Red mud dumped, poses increasing problems of storage occupying a lot of space. 2.2. Fly-ash About 72 % of power generated in India is from Thermal
A large amount of mud is produced during the washing process of the sand washing plant. Direct discharge will pollute the environment. Lzzg uses a mud purification system to treat the mud. The sand washing tailwater is sedimented and flocculated by a deep cone concentration tank, and the upper layer of water can be recycled.
tons in India , 30 million tons in Australia  and nearly 30 million tons in China. As a solid waste, red mud is usually disposed in mud lakes in the form of slurry impoundment or stack in ponds as dry mud near alumina plants or directly discharged through a pipeline into a nearby sea.
In India, thermal power plants release ∼112 MT of CCRs as solid waste per annum and being utilised in cement, concrete, bricks, in back fill/road embankments, adhesives, wallboard, agriculture/soil amelioration, wasteland development, wood substitutes, paint and various environmental applications . In India, about 211 billion tonnes of coal .