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  • Why Asset Management Doesn’t Work in the Mining Industry ...

    Why Asset Management Doesn’t Work in the Mining Industry ...

    Yet, this set of results, which is representative of the mining industry, shows the low level of maturity of asset management in the mining industry. Compounding the problem, if we review where the key enabling processes plot on Figure 1 we see that these are …

  • Influence of management practices on safety performance ...

    Influence of management practices on safety performance ...

    Influence of management practices on safety performance: The case of mining sector in China. Author links open overlay panel Ying Lu a Lucy Taksa b Hongguo Jia c. Show more. ... (OHS) management in Chinese organisations are scarce. OHS constitutes a human resource management (HRM) issue, and although it is also considered a general management ...

  • Tailings management

    Tailings management

    Metso Outotec Tailings Management brings a comprehensive approach by combining 3 practices: Dewatering the tailings, handling them with dry stacking, and reprocessing new and existing ones. We also look to elevate the approach to reduce social hazards and associated risks, which will improve the overall image of the mining industry.

  • SabinetLaw

    SabinetLaw

    Jul 30, 2021 Department of Trade, Industry and Competition The Policy Directive on the Exportation of Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Waste and Scrap Metal has been extended. The trade, industry and competition department announced the extension in Government Gazette 44905. The department called for comment on the extension in Gazette 44758 in June 2021. In December 2020, the Policy […]

  • Mining Management Hierarchy | Mining Management Plans

    Mining Management Hierarchy | Mining Management Plans

    Dec 01, 2017 Mining Management Hierarchy. Mining refers to the act of extracting valuable minerals and/ or other materials from the depth of the earth. Naturally these minerals/ materials have a lot of value, and the most common materials mined across the globe include- coal, metals like gold etc., oil, limestone, gemstones, clay etc.

  • Mining industry

    Mining industry

    Mining - SUEZ Group. Water scarcity and regulations are influencing mining industry needs and operations. We offer and co-develop innovative solutions that maximize customer value to help with the sustainability of their operations. Fr d ric Grivel - SUEZ Mining & Metals …

  • Corporate social responsibility and stakeholder …

    Corporate social responsibility and stakeholder …

    Jan 02, 2021 Even though the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been applauded for several decades, the concept of stakeholder engagement is relatively new to the Ghanaian mining sector. This study investigates the CSR process of an extractive company and examines how stakeholders are engaged in CSR. Using purposive and snowball sampling in identifying its …

  • Comparative Analysis of Scrap Car Recycling Management ...

    Comparative Analysis of Scrap Car Recycling Management ...

    Analysis of scrap automobile remanufacturing industry development. renewable resources and recycling economy,2010(03),32-35. The scrap car dismantling enterprise main profit from selling scrap ...

  • Sustainability | Free Full

    Sustainability | Free Full

    This project aims to present a methodology to establish the biomass content of unused tires as a typical fuel in cement factories. To this end, between 2011–2016 samples were collected every 2 years (four surveys) to assess natural and synthetic rubber in scrap tires through the thermodynamic analysis. Ninety-six samples were used in the study, 803.6 tonnes of scrap tires, as fuel.

  • Recycling & the Future of Mining | The Business of Mining

    Recycling & the Future of Mining | The Business of Mining

    Apr 15, 2012 However, mining is not the only supplier of these raw materials. Next to the primary mining industry a secondary mining industry is growing: ‘urban mining’. The existing stock of materials in the urban environment is recycled more and more. 38% of iron input in the steel making process comes from scrap.

  • Material Losses: Waste, Scrap, Defectives and Spoilage

    Material Losses: Waste, Scrap, Defectives and Spoilage

    ADVERTISEMENTS: Read this article to learn about the various material losses (waste, scrap, defectives and spoilages) and its control with calculation and journal entries. Material Losses: Material losses may take the form of waste, scrap, defectives and spoilage. Problems of spoilage, waste, defective units and scrap are bound to arise in almost all manufacturing concerns, […]

  • Corporate Social Responsibility in the Ghanaian …

    Corporate Social Responsibility in the Ghanaian …

    pollution, and soil contamination by activities of mining due to rapid growth and dependency on mining of natural resources within the catchment areas of the mining activities. These circumstances with repercussions of corruption and inefficient management of corporate social responsibility places organizational goals above the

  • Scrap Metal Recycling Market to Emerge Robust from ...

    Scrap Metal Recycling Market to Emerge Robust from ...

    Mar 03, 2021 Scrap Metal Recycling Market to Emerge Robust from Headwinds of COVID-19, Market projected to expand at notable ~6% CAGR from 2020 - 2030 - Some world-class metal manufacturing companies engage in ...

  • 3 major risks in the mining sector today

    3 major risks in the mining sector today

    The mining sector is facing three major risk factors, namely, the shift in global energy demand, the volatility of the commodity markets, and environmental factors, particularly the climate. These factors also bring opportunities so mining companies must learn to adapt.

  • 2020 Global Scrap Metal Recycling Market Analysis and ...

    2020 Global Scrap Metal Recycling Market Analysis and ...

    Nov 16, 2020 The scrap metal recycling market is poised to grow by 181.56 mn MT during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of 4% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to …

  • Big data management in the mining industry | SpringerLink

    Big data management in the mining industry | SpringerLink

    Feb 06, 2020 The mining industry faces a number of challenges that promote the adoption of new technologies. Big data, which is driven by the accelerating progress of information and communication technology, is one of the promising technologies that can reshape the entire mining landscape. Despite numerous attempts to apply big data in the mining industry, fundamental problems of big data, …

  • ESG Industry Report Card: Metals And Mining

    ESG Industry Report Card: Metals And Mining

    Jun 05, 2019 The social risks for metals and mining entities mainly stem from the sector's exposure to safety management and social cohesion. Safety management is a key risk given the heavy use of large and dangerous equipment as well as the fact that some mining sites are located in remote and sometimes hostile environments.

  • Comparative Analysis of Scrap Car Recycling Management ...

    Comparative Analysis of Scrap Car Recycling Management ...

    Jan 01, 2012 Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council P. R. China,2010. Scrap vehicle dismantling and recycling regulation (Draft). [5] Wang Yan, Yang Hongfang, Li Baosheng, Pan Jie, 2010. Analysis of scrap automobile remanufacturing industry development. renewable resources and recycling economy,2010(03),32-35. [6] Zhang Shaozong, 2000.

  • IoT Risk Management in the Mining Industry | Verizon ...

    IoT Risk Management in the Mining Industry | Verizon ...

    The mining industry is continuously searching for the next mineral deposit or oil source. Boosting output and profitability requires improving efficiencies. The industry at large is turning to the Internet of Things (IoT) to drive those improvements—but it must also implement proper IoT risk management to get the most out of them.

  • Turning used mining tyres into a resource

    Turning used mining tyres into a resource

    The South American country is home to many of the world’s largest copper mines, which have disposed of an estimated 500,000 tonnes of scrap tyres in recent decades. Chile’s government first ...

  • Why Asset Management Doesn’t Work in the Mining Industry ...

    Why Asset Management Doesn’t Work in the Mining Industry ...

    Yet, this set of results, which is representative of the mining industry, shows the low level of maturity of asset management in the mining industry. Compounding the problem, if we review where the key enabling processes plot on Figure 1 we see that these are …

  • Environmental impact of high

    Environmental impact of high

    Aug 25, 2020 Purpose The gold routes satisfying the global gold supply are mining (74%), recycling of high-value gold (23%), and electronic scraps (3%). Besides its applications in the investment, jewelry, and industrial sector, gold also has a bad image. The gold production in industrial as well as artisanal and small-scale mines creates negative impacts such as resource depletion, extensive chemical use ...