mining and industrial dust air pollution and related

Jul 01, 2019 The road dust found in mining areas is composed of dust from multiple sources, including wind transported mineral dust from mines and tailings as well as uncovered trucks leakage. Collectively, these are then distributed via wind and traffic activity, becoming an important source of particulate matter (PM) and subsequently inhaled by pedestrians. A common practice in previous

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  • How to Control Pollution in Mining Industry?

    How to Control Pollution in Mining Industry?

    Out of these, particulates are a major hazard and mining authorities are giving utmost attention in controlling these by various suppressive and preventive measures. The particulates may be released into atmosphere from point sources such as chimney, a centralised vent system to exhaust dust laden air from crushing and screening plants

  • Characterising particulate matter source contributions in

    Characterising particulate matter source contributions in

    Dec 07, 2020 Na Phra Lan Subdistrict is a pollution control zone with the highest PM10 level in Thailand. Major mobile and industrial sources in the area

  • Impact of Air Pollution caused by Mining and Marble Dust

    Impact of Air Pollution caused by Mining and Marble Dust

    Apr 24, 2018 Keywords: Air Pollution, Marble dust, Mining dust, Total Chlorophyll. INTRODUCTION. The major outcome of Industrial revolution was air pollution which is being faced throughout the globe, especially in the developing countries. Sustainable mitigation of this potent threat is a major challenge for the mankind today

  • INDUSTRIAL DUST AND AIR POLLUTION

    INDUSTRIAL DUST AND AIR POLLUTION

    INDUSTRIAL DUST AND AIR POLLUTION 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 particulate matter as “any airborne finely divided solid or liquid material with a diameter smaller than 100 micrometers.” Dust and smoke are the two

  • Airborne particulate matter in an iron mining city

    Airborne particulate matter in an iron mining city

    Oct 11, 2021 Mining corporations and air pollution science before the Age of Ecology Ecol. Econ. , 123 ( 2016 ) , pp. 77 - 83 , 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.12.001 Google Scholar

  • POLLUTION DUE TO CEMENT DUST – IJERT

    POLLUTION DUE TO CEMENT DUST – IJERT

    Jul 30, 2018 Keywords: cement industry, dust pollution, gaseous air pollutants, An Introduction. In this article, dust effects on workers, environment and main sources of dust production in construction sites are explained and presented. The prevailing source of dust. pollution in

  • Detection of areas prone to wind erosion and air pollution

    Detection of areas prone to wind erosion and air pollution

    Apr 11, 2021 Anthropogenic factors provide favorable conditions of increasing dust and air pollution through making changes in land cover/use, industrial dust, mining activities, and dirt road construction. To improve and manage this risky condition, it is necessary to make comprehensive decisions in implementing the controlling plans

  • Source identification and groundwater health risk

    Source identification and groundwater health risk

    Oct 11, 2021 Xikuangshan antimony mine in Lengshuijiang, China, has been developed for many years, and stormwater runoff contains high levels of potentially toxic elements (PTEs). The aims were to find the sources of PTEs by statistical analysis and local spatial distribution of industrial activity and simulate transport process of PTEs in the soil to evaluate pollution extent and health risk. The PTEs in

  • Coal Mining and Local Environment: A Study in Talcher

    Coal Mining and Local Environment: A Study in Talcher

    The activities such as drilling, blasting, and transportation are the central cause behind air pollution. 21,35 Even the release of fugitive dust into the air is also responsible for air pollution. 22 In this study, it is observed that in the mining-affected villages, due to the release of particulates and poisonous gases, the atmosphere has

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