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Vol 148 No 2
Pages:
120-122
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Environmental issues in building materials extraction

Authors:
Yu. V. Shuvalov1
A. L. Gubenko2
A. P. Bulbashev3
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  • 1 — St. Petersburg State Mining Institute
  • 2 — St. Petersburg State Mining Institute
  • 3 — OAO Afanasievsky quarry of cement raw materials
Date submitted:
2000-07-25
Date accepted:
2000-08-16
Date published:
2001-02-01

Abstract

Atmospheric emissions of harmful substances during the development of mineral deposits by open-cut mining mainly include mechanical (dust) and chemical impurities. Among the latter, depending on the technology of works, carbon oxides, nitrogen, sulfur dioxide, etc. prevail.

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