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Update:Most of the dust generated by mining activities includes coarse particles (about 40%) and particles larger than PM10. Th...
Summary:13-01-2021
Most of the dust generated by mining activities includes coarse particles (about 40%) and particles larger than PM10. These particles are generated by natural activities, such as drag shovel or shovel that cause mechanical interference with rocks and soil materials, bulldozing, blasting, and soil Vehicles driving on the road. When the wind blows over bare ground and different types of inventory, particles are also generated. These larger particles may have an impact on comfort and health.
Although they only account for about 5% of emissions during the mining process, fine particles in vehicle exhaust and mobile equipment are still produced in the mine. Exposure to dust in mining and quarrying is a major health risk for workers. For example, the breathing of dust such as coal dust, silica dust and other fine powder substances can damage the lungs and respiratory tract. Health risks vary depending on the size and nature of dust particles. Exposure to dust may irritate the eyes, skin and respiratory tract. Prolonged exposure can cause a series of serious lung diseases, including silicosis, coal worker pneumoconiosis (CWP), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and lung cancer.

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