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This study involved valuing the benefits associated with improved water quality, recreation and biodiversity as well as non-use benefits (such as aesthetics) resulting from the clean up of minewater discharges.  

The work was based on a series of case studies across the UK (including a beach discharge).  Dis-benefits from construction and operation of treatment schemes were also considered.

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