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Silicosis at autopsy in platinum mine workers

Platinum mine workers who had worked for more than a year and had silicosis and/or fibrotic nodules in the lymph nodes were identified from the autopsy database An exhaustive search of other available data sources was undertaken to exclude exposure to silica dust in the gold mining industry


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WA Mining Group

Quantify dust generation sources at the mine site Ongoing Alcoa has collected baseline dust generation data for vehicles utilising the haul road system Interim internal dust targets have been identified and Alcoa is now trialling road management options for reducing dust generation Investigate feasibility of developing a dust model Ongoing


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Toxic releases by Arizona mines increasing

10-2-2013Toxic releases by Arizona mines increasing Emissions rose 22 percent The Asarco tailings have prompted Pima County to issue two violation notices to the mine in the past two months after dust storms in December and January blew tailings into the mining and metals businesses are also the biggest toxic release sources


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Dust Control Methods

Dust emissions can be prevented or reduced in four basic ways 1 Limit the creation or presence of dust-sized particles 2 Reduce wind speed at ground level 3 Bind dust particles together 4 Capture and remove dust from its sources Some dust control techniques work with many sources of dust


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Specific and Non

Use of Explosives The use of explosives may cause earthquake-like events that collapse mine workings and traps miners as happened to the 33 miners stuck underground from August to October 2010 in a Chilean mine near the city of Copiapo or kill them flood the mine and damage structures on the surface


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Mine dumps wheeze asthma and rhinoconjunctivitis

2-11-2015Mine dumps facilities are major generators of windblown dust and are one of the main sources of air pollution with potential adverse health implications for nearby residents (Ojelede et al 2012) One of the biggest challenges facing mine industry is inadequate waste disposal


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Prevention of fires in underground mines

Prevention of fires in underground mines guideline 3 2 2 Fuel sources When assessing the fire risk all potential fuel sources should be identified In fire fighting fires are classified based on the fuel involved which determines the best extinguishing agent Typical fuel sources in a mine


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A Sunstone Odyssey Part 2 The Dust Devil

20-10-2013The setting sun casts orange rays above basalt boulders at the edge of the Dust Devil mine in southeast Oregon's high desert The mine is one of the region's more important commercial sunstone sources Photo by Robert Weldon For the last couple of


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Dust Sources Control and Training

Traditional Dust-Generating Activities (Rule 310) Any activity capable of generating fugitive dust (such as construction earthmoving demolition or weed abatement) regardless of the size of the site must comply with Rule 310 and control sources of dust


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Respirable Dust Rule A Historic Step Forward in the

MSHA's final rule to lower miners' exposure to respirable coal mine dust is a historic step forward in the effort to end black lung disease The rule reduces overall dust standards in coal mines improves the dust sampling technology and methodology and expands the medical surveillance program to improve early detection of the disease


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Tailings dust — evolution over fifty years of gold mine

Cite As Ojelede ME Liebenberg-Enslin H Annegarn HJ 2009 'Tailings dust — evolution over fifty years of gold mine tailings sources and sensitive receptors on the central Witwatersrand' in AB Fourie M Tibbett (eds) Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Mine Closure Australian Centre for Geomechanics Perth pp 375-388


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Best Practices for Dust Control in Metal/Nonmetal

Best Practices for Dust Control in Metal/Nonmetal Underground Mining Greg Chekan dust through the mine can be monitored and evaluated using pDRs Point Source of Dust Dust Cloud Signature Logged time known distance estimate velocity Typical Results of Dilution of


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Geologic and anthropogenic sources of contamination in

24-4-2018Geologic and anthropogenic sources of contamination in settled dust of a historic mining port city in northern Chile health risk implications The Sierra Gorda Mine which is situated within a Cu–Mo porphyry deposit (Brunetti 2011) produces 120 000 tons of Cu


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Fugitive Emissions and Fugitive Dust Emissions

----- FUGITIVE EMISSIONS AND FUGITIVE DUST EMISSIONS Introduction and Purpose This paper has been prepared to define the differences between and discuss pertinent facts concerning two separate but in some cases strikingly similar air pollution problems i e fugitive emissions and fugitive dust


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Emission factors for the quantification of dust in Indian

coal soil or rock dust 1 Strip mine air pollution source can be divided into two categories point sources and fugitive sources Points sources typically include stationary exhaust stacks 2 In contrast fugitive sources are open sources like the exposed soil of OB and coal 3


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Pile of Bloodstone Dust

Pile of Bloodstone Dust From Guild Wars 2 Wiki Jump to navigation search Pile of Bloodstone Dust Item type Crafting material Material type Ascended material Tier 7 Mat storage Ascended Materials Disciplines used by 450 400 300 400 450 450 400 Rarity Ascended Binding Account Bound


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Applying geochemical signatures of atmospheric dust

T1 - Applying geochemical signatures of atmospheric dust to distinguish current mine emissions from legacy sources AU - Dong Chenyin AU - Taylor Mark Patrick PY - 2017/7 Y1 - 2017/7 N2 - Resolving the source of environmental contamination is the critical first step in


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COAL MINE OPERATORS ALTERED DUST SAMPLES

4-4-1991The operators of nearly half of the nation's underground coal mines have been systematically tampering with the dust samples they send to federal safety inspectors who determine the risk of black lung to miners Bush administration sources said yesterday Labor Secretary Lynn Martin is scheduled to


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Fugitive Dust Best Practices Manual

Fugitive Dust Best Practices Manual THE ISSUE The control of fugitive dust has been and continues to be an issue for a large number of mines requiring a concerted effort to establish a standardized set of guidelines for the industry to use in order to address this issue


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Industrial Dust Air Pollution and related Occupational

5-9-2009Industrial Dust Air Pollution and related Occupational Diseases - Nuisance to be controlled for improvement of general environment safety and health standard 1 0 Introduction - Air pollution is the presence of high concentration of contamination dust smokes etc in the general body of air man breaths Dust is defined as


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Heavy Metals in Contaminated Soils A Review of Sources

19-7-2011Scattered literature is harnessed to critically review the possible sources chemistry potential biohazards and best available remedial strategies for a number of heavy metals (lead chromium arsenic zinc cadmium copper mercury and nickel) commonly found in contaminated soils The principles advantages and disadvantages of


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GCRF Mine Dust and Health Network

GCRF MINE DUST AND HEALTH NETWORK SUMMARY While the mining industry contributes significantly to the economies of developing countries around the world mining activities have notable negative environmental and health impacts Among these the dust emitted by mining and its associated operations is a cause of increasing concern


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Finding and utilizing local sources of rock dust

22-5-2018So if you ask for 'rock dust' the sales person may correct you by using terms such as 'stone dust' or 'fines' Or they may just say we don't have any That will give you an indication that you may be in deep water trying to get what you want This is one of the reasons we started the Rock Dust


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Using Agglomerative Dust Suppression and Wind Breaks

Figure 1 Dust particle agglomeration with droplet size out of the atmosphere due to their increased weight This finding was tested with charged and uncharged fog droplets across a wide variety of industrial pollutants ranging from materials such as coking coal and iron ore crushing dust to other materials that are very lightweight and highly


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Welcome to CDC stacks

The analyses also demonstrate the compositional changes that take place in the generation of the respirable dust fraction from parent rock material All six mine sites were mining coal with relatively low mineral matter content although two mines were operating in the Fire Clay coal bed which contains a persistent tonstein


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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS MG Q

MINE GASES QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS MG Q-4 What are the sources of Hydrogen in a mine? MG A-4 Charging batteries mine fires and explosions MG Q-5 Hydrogen is always present after what type of explosion? MG A-5 Coal dust explosions MG Q-6 Write down the chemical symbols of methane and hydrogen sulfide MG A-6 CH4 and H2S


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Asbestos Toxicity Where Is Asbestos Found?

Where Is Asbestos Found? This CSEM focuses on asbestos toxicity The goal of Case Studies in Environmental Medicine (CSEM) is to increase the primary care provider's knowledge of hazardous substances in the environment and to aid in the evaluation of potentially exposed patients


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Assessment of Distribution and Composition of Quarry Mine

toxicity of dust from the quarry so as to predict its pos-sible impacts on human health and the environment A Casella dust sampler and a GPS were used to collect dust onto the filters and to mark the sampling points respec-tively [4] 3 Results The results showed sources of dust


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Coal dust

The finding Stricklin said in a press briefing suggests coal dust has more potential to be involved in the explosion The sample results followed earlier reports that week stating excessive coal dust was seen in areas of the mine hit by the explosion a half-hour before the blast


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Using Agglomerative Dust Suppression and Wind Breaks

Figure 1 Dust particle agglomeration with droplet size out of the atmosphere due to their increased weight This finding was tested with charged and uncharged fog droplets across a wide variety of industrial pollutants ranging from materials such as coking coal and iron ore crushing dust to other materials that are very lightweight and highly


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