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Perspectives for intensification of operation of mining pits on the basis of environmental safety requirements

A. S. Derzhavets1
V. I. Romanov2
O. I. Khokhlov3
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  • 1 — ZAO Vzrycispynatania
  • 2 — Institute for Global Climate and Environment RAS
  • 3 — Yakutsk Department of Russian Gosgortechnadzor
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Ensuring reliable and rhythmic operation of mineral quarries is currently hampered by environmental safety requirements. The main sources of air pollution in quarries are internal combustion engines of loading and unloading equipment, rock explosions and accidents. Explosions result in emissions of solid-phase contaminants in the form of dust and gaseous toxic chemical compounds, internal combustion engines only emit gaseous.

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