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Mine dewatering in Slovakia

Water plays an integral part in virtually all mining operations and consequently the importance of carefully managing it has been long understood by the industry. Dr Richard Coulton reports

Stopping sudden seismicity

Although several research programmes have attempted to predict rock bursts, none have been wholly successful. Maurice Jones reports

Smooth running on the supply side

The transport and delivery of materials required in mining operations is often an overlooked subject

Carbon monoxide monitor unaffected by presence of diesel fumes

Detector features Trolex gas discriminator technology which filters out background mono nitrogen oxides

Plant purifies soils contaminated with zinc and cadmium

Gomphrena claussenii, easily grows on contaminated soil near zinc mines and takes up large amounts of heavy metals in its leaves and stems

Methane monitoring in mines protects lives and environment

Sentrum is the first system of its type that is certified for use underground and the first to be able to differentiate between methane and other non-methane hydrocarbons so accurately

Seeing red: protect valuable mining assets

Wear, corrosion and abrasion resistant materials are vital to the mining industry. Rubber products are key to the protection process

Plugs and caulks: fighting excessive groundwater

Excessive groundwater can be one of the greatest and most costly problems faced in underground mining. Maurice Jones reports

Water management for sustainable mining

Victoria Kenrick explores the challenges of water management within the mining industry

'Active Barrier’ is designed to detect an incipient explosion

BMT WBM's latest innovation to enhance safety in underground coal mines

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