Monthly Archives: May 2014

From Wasteland to Parkland: Mining Greens Up

From alternative energy sources, to dust reduction, different technologies can help mining companies cut down on environmental impact – See more at:

Mine deaths worsening

PRETORIA ( – More mine workers had died so far this year on South African mines than in the same period last year, and many accidents involved Section 28 artisans previously unacceptable to South Africa’s Chamber of Mines, the Exxaro safety summit heard on Tuesday.  Read more………

Cyclone and other Dust Control Design Theory

Cyclone Dust Control Theory

Rain Making Missions

Chiang Mai: Haze particle levels in the air in the North have dropped significantly thanks to rain-making operations there, according to the rain-making agency.  Read more……….

Dust rule implementation

As part of its efforts to assure smooth implementation of the new coal mine respirable dust rule, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration is forming a cooperative partnership with coal mine operators and miners.  Read more…….

Incoterms 2012

Mill explosion

NDP MP explores mill charges.  Read more on these safety issues.

Commission rejects air proposal

A proposal to require air monitors to measure respirable frac sand dust at the fence lines of all frac sand facilities in the city of Winona was rejected by the city’s Planning Commission Monday.  More….

eBooks on Mine Ventilation

Have a look at these books dealing with Mine Ventilation.

Concerned about dust clouding neighborhood from nearby mine

 Concerned about dust clouding neighborhood from nearby mine