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  • Noise Pollution and Its Control in Mining

    For the coal mining area, the permitted noise level by the DGMS is 90 dBA. As the noise pollution with different mining operation was much above the International threshold limit and higher than even the suggested Indian standard, the following corrective measures were suggested: 1. Suitable selection of equipment with inbuilt effective silencer. 2.

  • (PDF) Noise pollution in mining workplaces

    The NSW Department of Planning and Environment (DPE) has a regulatory role in managing the noise from coal mines. In the past 20 years Chile has shown a growing concern for noise pollution.

  • A simulation experiment study to examine the effects of

    Noise pollution in coal mines is of great concern. Personal injuries directly or indirectly related to noise occur from time to time. Its effects impact the health and safety of coal mine workers. This study aimed to identify if and how the level of noise impacts miners’ safety behavior in underground coal mines.

  • (PDF) A simulation experiment study to examine the effects

    Background Noise pollution in coal mines is of great concern. Personal injuries directly or indirectly related to noise occur from time to time. Its effects impact the health and safety of coal

  • 12 Environmental Effects of Coal Mining Environment 911

    12 Environmental Effects of Coal Mining #12 Noise pollution. One of the most obvious (albeit perhaps least harmful) environmental effects of coal mining is #11 Loss Of Wildlife. Coal mining requires a large expanse of territory. When a mining operation moves in, it invades #10 Sink Holes.

  • Idle Donkin coal mine continues to generate noise

    The underground coal mine in Donkin, N.S., shut down more than two months ago, but people in neighbouring communities say it continues to irritate them. A couple in South Head, N.S.,

  • Coal Mining and Local Environment: A Study in Talcher

    But the central cause of noise pollution is the form of blasting using explosive material to get the rocks from mines. Noise has serious implications for the workers working in the area in general and the local dwellers in particular. Mahanadi Coalfields Limited authorities when contacted during field investigation replied that they are the trendsetters in introducing blast-free technology of winning coal

  • IMPACT OF COAL MINING ON WATER QUALITY

    of gases and dust, noise pollution, mine fires etc. Water pollution from coal includes negative health and environmental effects from the mining, processing, burning, and waste storage of coal, including acid mine drainage, thermal pollution from coal plants, acid rain, and contamination of

  • Ground Water Contamination in Coal Mining Areas

    pollution, land and forest degradation, noise pollution, solid and liquid waste disposal of toxic substances, as well as socio-cultural problems such as health complication, conflicts, alcoholism, communal clash and inequality. II. GROUND WATER IN COAL MINING AREA Rapidly deleting of groundwater supplies as a consequence of

  • IMPACT OF COAL MINING ON NOISE: A CASE STUDY OF

    exposed faces of pits, presence of fire in coal mineral, exhausts and dust from movement of heavy machineries, crushing of coal,mine water discharge, open pits and collapse of abandoned mines. Environmental effects of coal mining are potentially very broad which creates air, soil, noise, water pollution and loss of biota.

  • (PDF) Noise pollution in mining workplaces

    The NSW Department of Planning and Environment (DPE) has a regulatory role in managing the noise from coal mines. In the past 20 years Chile has shown a growing concern for noise pollution.

  • 12 Environmental Effects of Coal Mining Environment

    12 Environmental Effects of Coal Mining #12 Noise pollution. One of the most obvious (albeit perhaps least harmful) environmental effects of coal mining is #11 Loss Of Wildlife. Coal mining requires a large expanse of territory. When a mining operation moves in, it invades #10 Sink Holes.

  • Noise exposures in US coal mines (Technical Report)

    13-03-2021· Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) inspectors conduct full-shift environmental noise surveys to determine the occupational noise levels to which coal miners are exposed. These noise surveys are performed to determine compliance with the noise standard promulgated under the Federal Mine

  • Managing noise in the coal industry to protect hearing

    Managing noise in the coal industry to protect hearing Noise can be described as ‘unwanted sound’ or as ‘sound of such intensity or character sufficient to disturb and/or discomfort the listener’. ‘Coal mining has the highest incidence rate of [industrial deafness] claims in all the industries examined nearly

  • Noise Pollution an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Dilip Kumar, Deepak Kumar, in Sustainable Management of Coal Preparation, 2018. Abstract. Noise pollution is unwanted sound, it needs to be controlled to make the workplace comfortable. This chapter analyses noise mathematically and the effects of multiple sources are examined. Two noises of exactly the same level can have a combined noise level that is 3 dB higher than the individual values.

  • Ground Water Contamination in Coal Mining Areas

    rejects, subsidence, water pollution due to wash off, discharge of mine water, acid mine drainage, coal washing operation, air pollution due to release of gases and dust, noise pollution, Ground Water Contamination in Coal Mining Areas: A Critical Review Shiv Kumar Gupta, Kumar Nikhil

  • NOISE & VIBRATION DATABASE Metalliferous Mines

    ¨ Noise Pollution in Mines ¨ Noise pollution in mines and its abatement ¨ Noise Pollution in opencast mines its impact on human environment ¨ Noise pollution in the public places of Rourkela industrial complex ¨ Noise Problems in coal Mining Complex- A case Discussion ¨ Noise reduction of Jumbo mounted percussive drills Phase II

  • Mine Pollution Monitoring Fenceline Air Quality Stations

    21-01-2019· Envaserv used the AQM60 to measure ambient concentrations of CO, NOx, SO2, H2S, VOCs, O3, PM10, TSP, noise pollution and meteorological conditions at a total of seven locations each over a 48 hour period. The measurements were used as a basis for modelling the impact of air and noise pollution on the local population.

  • Management of noise in Western Australian mining

    and levels of noise in mines. It outlines the requirements for a written noise report (Chapter 3) and noise control plan (Chapter 4). Chapter 5 recommends ways to control noise in the workplace and reduce exposure. 2. Management of noise in Western Australian mining operations guideline.

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