market miningCoal is the world’s most abundant and important source of primary energy and it’s spread worldwide throughout some 100 developed and developing countries. In fact, there is enough coal to meet global needs for the next 250 years. Mines, however, are required to follow stringent environmental practices and regulations in order to minimize their impact on both the environment and human health.

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Related ReadingRelated Reading:

Shushing the Giants, A unique first-in-Canada noise mitigation project ensures TransAlta’s neighbors sleep soundly, CIM Magazine March/April 2009
This paper discusses how TransAlta’s Highvale mine in Canada, which uses some of the biggest available earth-moving equipment, retrofitted sound suppression products on 32 pieces of mining equipment.
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Large Haul Truck Mufflers ‘That Work’, by Faszer Farquharson & Associates in Alberta (now FFA Consultants in Acoustics and Noise Control Ltd.), Canada (2004)
This paper discusses the Genesee Coal Mine in rural Alberta that was required to mitigate noise from three Komatsur 510E, 150 ton coal haul trucks.
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Occupational Noise in Mines and Its Control – A Case Study, from Dumlupinar University’s Mining Engineering Department in Kutahya, Turkey (2007)
This paper discusses the hazardous effects of noise in the mining industry and best practices for noise abatement.
Read the paper.


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