How does mining harm the air?
Mining Adds Harmful Pollution to Our Air:
There are two main sources of air pollution during the coal production process: methane emissions from the mines, which contribute to global warming pollution, and particulate matter (PM) emissions, which can cause significant respiratory damage as well as premature death.
What are the 5 effects of mining?
Across the world, mining contributes to erosion, sinkholes, deforestation, loss of biodiversity, significant use of water resources, dammed rivers and ponded waters, wastewater disposal issues, acid mine drainage and contamination of soil, ground and surface water, all of which can lead to health issues in local
How can we prevent air pollution from mining?
Modifying or shutting down mine operations during extreme weather, including windy and dry conditions. Covering coal conveyors and keeping stockpiles damp. Stabilising exposed areas through various techniques including aerial seeding. Rehabilitating mined land as soon as possible to reduce exposed areas.
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- How can we prevent air pollution from mining?
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