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Nov 12, 2020 In 2018, the company became the second-largest shareholder in Sociedad Qu mica y Minerathe largest lithium producer in Chile. Another Chinese company, Ganfeng Lithium, has a long-term agreement to underwrite all lithium raw materials produced by Australias Mount Marion minethe worlds second-biggest, high-grade lithium reserve.

  • The Environmental Impact of Lithium Batteries IER

    The Environmental Impact of Lithium Batteries IER

    Nov 12, 2020 In 2018, the company became the second-largest shareholder in Sociedad Qu mica y Minerathe largest lithium producer in Chile. Another Chinese company, Ganfeng Lithium, has a long-term agreement to underwrite all lithium raw materials produced by Australias Mount Marion minethe worlds second-biggest, high-grade lithium reserve.

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  • Nova Scotias Coal Industry Is in Decline The Province

    Nova Scotias Coal Industry Is in Decline The Province

    Apr 04, 2021 Coal mining is coming to an end in Nova Scotia. But the industrys long history of lethal accidents, labor unrest, and prolonged decline offers a lesson for the future. A green energy transition will need public investment and control, not piecemeal subsidies for private capital. Our new issue, The Ruling Class, is out now.

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  • Chile drought causing water shortage amidst virus crisis

    Chile drought causing water shortage amidst virus crisis

    Apr 05, 2020 Chile has reported more than 3,700 coronavirus cases and 22 deaths. Private exploitation of water wasnt a problem in times of abundance, as was the case until recently.

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  • Climate Changes Great Lithium Problem The New Republic

    Climate Changes Great Lithium Problem The New Republic

    Nov 16, 2019 Days before resigning, Morales had pulled out of a lithium mining deal with the German company ACI Systems Alemania, or ACISA. Lithium is an

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  • Appendix 2 Environmental and Social Impacts of Mining

    Appendix 2 Environmental and Social Impacts of Mining

    modified habitat provided by mines, such as bighorn sheep that use coal mine walls as shelter (MacCallum, 1989). Box A2.1 Sensitivity of Select Ecosystems to Mining Mining and oil development may pose risks to some environments due to the sensitivity and/or rarity of these ecosystems. These include the following Forests

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  • RANKED Worlds top 10 biggest copper mines MINING

    RANKED Worlds top 10 biggest copper mines MINING

    May 14, 2021 The worlds top 10 biggest copper mines in terms of 2020 production compiled by MINING.COM and sister company MiningIntelligence will play

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  • Global Business Reports Safety in Turkish Mines

    Global Business Reports Safety in Turkish Mines

    Nov 15, 2018 On May 13 th 2014, a tragedy befell Turkey in Soma, 95 km from zmir on the Aegean Coast. 301 miners died in the Soma mine disaster, most from carbon monoxide poisoning, after a power distribution unit exploded and caused a fire that spread to coal dumped around a transformer. A report into the safety of the mine, which had been lauded as one of Turkeys safest and more technologically ...

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  • The US has a metals problem

    The US has a metals problem

    Apr 05, 2021 The US has a metals problem. Years of neglecting its critical metal supplies is catching up with the United States, as demand for the raw materials needed to build a

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  • Chile Mine Collapse Facts About the Amazing Survival

    Chile Mine Collapse Facts About the Amazing Survival

    Aug 26, 2010 In the United States, gold and copper mines can go as deep as 8,000 to 9,000 feet (2,400 to 2,700 meters), while the deepest coal mines are

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  • Mining Weekly Topic Latest News Chile

    Mining Weekly Topic Latest News Chile

    Sep 17, 2020 Topics Listing of articles related to a specific topic or theme, branded with company logo, profile, contact details and adverting providing companies with a more visible channel on Mining Weekly.

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  • The Ravages of Lithium Extraction in Chile Countercurrents

    The Ravages of Lithium Extraction in Chile Countercurrents

    Chile is a victim of contemporary lithium imperialism due to the vast lithium reserves which it has. The country has 48% of the total lithium reserves in the world which amounts to 7.5 million ...

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  • MSHA Mining Industry Accident Injuries Employment

    MSHA Mining Industry Accident Injuries Employment

    For ease of comparison with other metal and nonmetallic mineral mining industries and with coal mining, summary reference tabulations are included at the end of both the operator and the contractor sections of these reports. As of the end of 2012, Injury Experience Reports are no longer being produced. Relevant information can still be found in ...

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  • SAFETY ANALYSIS OF SURFACE HAULAGE ACCIDENTS

    SAFETY ANALYSIS OF SURFACE HAULAGE ACCIDENTS

    accidents, have caused concern in the mining industry. As the most common type of machinery involved in surface accidents, haulage trucks have become the primary target for improving safety performance. This paper discusses the ongoing efforts by the successors to the U.S. Bureau of Mines (USBM) to analyze and solve haulage truck safety issues.

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  • CDC Mining Topic Electrical Safety NIOSH

    CDC Mining Topic Electrical Safety NIOSH

    May 12, 2014 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data for 2003 to 2009 reveal that the mining industry has an electrical fatality rate approximately 8 to12 times the rate for all U.S. industries. Considering both fatal and non-fatal cases, electrical injuries are disproportionately deadly. Mine Safety and Health Administration data for 2000 to 2009 show one ...

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  • Its Not Over Yet for Coal as Global Prices Surge on Hot

    Its Not Over Yet for Coal as Global Prices Surge on Hot

    Jun 03, 2021 Coal is seeing a dramatic spike in demand just as several major miners are hit with production problems, sparking a surge in prices from China to

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  • In Chilean desert global thirst for lithium is fueling a

    In Chilean desert global thirst for lithium is fueling a

    Aug 29, 2018 Mines need water, and the country s copper-driven economy needs mines. A sweeping overhaul of Chiles dictatorship-era water code proposed

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  • The Worlds Worst Mining Disasters

    The Worlds Worst Mining Disasters

    Mar 05, 2019 Benxihu Colliery . This iron and coal mine started under dual Chinese and Japanese control in 1905, but the mine was in territory invaded by the Japanese and became a mine using Japanese forced labor. On April 26, 1942, a coal-dust explosion a common hazard in underground mines killed a full third of the workers on duty at the time 1,549 died.

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  • Tesla Tech Whiz Is Mining Riches From Your Old Batteries

    Tesla Tech Whiz Is Mining Riches From Your Old Batteries

    May 06, 2021 Later that year, while still working at Tesla, which he cofounded with Elon Musk and three others, Straubel started Redwood Materials as a new-generation mining company in

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  • Nova Scotias Coal Industry Is in Decline The Province

    Nova Scotias Coal Industry Is in Decline The Province

    Apr 04, 2021 Coal mining is coming to an end in Nova Scotia. But the industrys long history of lethal accidents, labor unrest, and prolonged decline offers a lesson for the future. A green energy transition will need public investment and control, not piecemeal subsidies for private capital. Our new issue, The Ruling Class, is out now.

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  • The social and environmental impact of mining in the ACP

    The social and environmental impact of mining in the ACP

    The modes of mining and the lack of regulation of waste management are among the main causes of the problems of mining at social level. Instead of being an asset and allowing the development, mines often become an obstacle for the countries concerned. Development People often do not benefit from the income of mining products.

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  • Safety rules and regulations on mine sites the problem

    Safety rules and regulations on mine sites the problem

    Introduction Many accidents and incidents on mine sites have a causal factor in the rules and regulations that supposedly are in place to prevent the incident from occurring. The causes involve a lack of awareness or understanding, ignorance, or deliberate violations. The issue of mine rules, procedures, and regulations is a central focus of this paper, highlighted by this recent comment ...

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  • Mine safety performance report 20172018

    Mine safety performance report 20172018

    The most common serious injury hazard for coal mines, metalliferous and extractives mines in the period 2008-09 to 2017-18 is being hit by a moving object, followed by slips, trips and falls. Together those two mechanisms accounted for around three quarters

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  • How Teaming Saved 33 Lives in the Chilean Mining

    How Teaming Saved 33 Lives in the Chilean Mining

    Jan 29, 2018 How Teaming Saved 33 Lives in the Chilean Mining Disaster. Teams composed of people from across expertise areas can create solutions beyond what any one agency can deliver, says Amy Edmondson. Just ask several dozen Chilean workers rescued from a mine collapse. Workers test the NASA-engineered capsule used to lift trapped miners to the surface.

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  • BHPs Chile mining control staff to strike after rejecting

    BHPs Chile mining control staff to strike after rejecting

    May 26, 2021 The union of remote operations workers at BHPs (NYSE BHP) Escondida and Spence copper mines in Chile has rejected the companys labor contract offer

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  • Chilean Mine Rescue Fast Facts CNN

    Chilean Mine Rescue Fast Facts CNN

    Jul 13, 2013 Heres a look at the 2010 rescue of 33 miners from a collapsed mine in the Atacama region of northern Chile. Timeline August 5, 2010 - A collapse of the main ramp into the San Jose mine

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  • Mining coal other mining sector

    Mining coal other mining sector

    The ILO has been dealing with labour and social problems in the mining industry since its early days, making considerable efforts to improve the work and life of miners - from the adoption of the Hours of Work (Coal Mines) Convention (No. 31) in 1931 to the Safety and Health in Mines Convention (No. 176), which was adopted in 1995.

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  • Five common challenges facing the mining industry

    Five common challenges facing the mining industry

    Mining is a dangerous profession. The traditional occupational hazards such as coal dust inhalation, damage to hearing due to the noise in a mine and chemical hazards still stand but the changing nature of mining has led to a raft of new issues. As mines are getting deeper, the

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  • The Most Common Accidents in the Mining Industry

    The Most Common Accidents in the Mining Industry

    Jan 14, 2019 The yearly average in coal mining decreased to 30 fatalities from 2001-2005, though 60 to 70 miners still die each year in the U.S. coal and non-coal mining industry. The most common accidents occurring in the mining industry are the result of poisonous or explosive gases or mishaps relating to the use of explosives for blasting operations.

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  • The Hidden Cost of Coal Mining A Modern Media Company

    The Hidden Cost of Coal Mining A Modern Media Company

    Jul 31, 2015 Mining coal has always been hazardous think of the 29 West Virginia miners who died in an underground explosion at the Upper Big Branch Mine in 2010. The problem

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  • What Can Be Done to Prevent Mining Accidents

    What Can Be Done to Prevent Mining Accidents

    Sep 25, 2019 Prevention Through Simulation. Increasingly, mines use more high-tech tools for miner training, such as machinery simulators and virtual reality simulators. By simulating actual mine conditions and emergencies, mine workers are better prepared, and companies can instantly assess a mine workers progress and skills.

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  • The US has a metals problem

    The US has a metals problem

    Apr 05, 2021 The US has a metals problem. Years of neglecting its critical metal supplies is catching up with the United States, as demand for the raw materials needed to build a

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  • Coal mining Choosing a mining method Britannica

    Coal mining Choosing a mining method Britannica

    Coal mining - Coal mining - Choosing a mining method The various methods of mining a coal seam can be classified under two headings, surface mining and underground mining. Surface and underground coal mining are broad activities that incorporate numerous variations in equipment and methods, and the choice of which method to use in extracting a coal seam depends on many

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  • Boom in Mining Rare Earths Poses Mounting Toxic Risks

    Boom in Mining Rare Earths Poses Mounting Toxic Risks

    Jan 28, 2013 The mining of rare earth metals, used in everything from smart phones to wind turbines, has long been dominated by China. But as mining of these key elements spreads to countries like Malaysia and Brazil, scientists warn of the dangers of the toxic and radioactive waste generated by the mines and processing plants.

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  • CSR Sustainability and the Mining Business E amp MJ

    CSR Sustainability and the Mining Business E amp MJ

    Then there is violence against local union mine workers. In 2009, for instance, Alabamas Drummond Co was sued for allegedly funding Colombian paramilitaries who preyed on people near the 120-mile rail linking Drummonds two inland mines to its Caribbean port. The coal mining company declined to comment, according to Bloomberg News.

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  • Information Management for the Mining Industry

    Information Management for the Mining Industry

    10. Mine Automation Focus areas n o wledge Sh a i n g d o c n T e e s afety En c t r s s t e m o t e ope s Asset t E c ien y e n s i ne A o n Knowledge Sharing Typically, mining operations are spread across diverse locations and employ a large number of temporary workers. There is also a lot of on-the-job learning that happens at various ...

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  • Whats Ahead For Mexicos Mining Sector

    Whats Ahead For Mexicos Mining Sector

    Nov 09, 2018 Mexico is the the worlds No. 1 producer of silver and the second largest gold producer in Latin America. The sector faces a complicated security dynamic in

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