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diseases associated with copper mining

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  • Positive and Negative Effects of Mining

    2018-6-5 · Positive Effects of Mining. Economic Growth. Mining is a vital driver role of economic growth in numerous countries. Locally, it provides much-needed jobs and investment capital. At the top level, it can drive and define national growth. …

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  • CDC

    CDC - Mining Topic - Respiratory Diseases - NIOSH

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  • Mining is bad for health: a voyage of discovery | SpringerLink

    2019-7-9 · Mining continues to be a dangerous activity, whether large-scale industrial mining or small-scale artisanal mining. Not only are there accidents, but exposure to dust and toxins, along with stress from the working environment or managerial pressures, give rise to a range of diseases that affect miners. I look at mining and health from various personal perspectives: …

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  • Disease Mostly Associated In Mining Area Especially …

    2021-7-23 · Tenorm Copper Mining And Production Wastes. Copper processing facilities are usually located near mining or extraction sites. Significant waste volumes are associated with copper production. Mine wastes may contain radionuclides due to their natural presence in ores and can be a source of TENORM.

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  • (PDF) Occupational Lung Diseases and the Mining Industry ...

    Abstract and Figures. Mining production has accounted for around 50% of the gross industrial product in Mongolia since 1998. Dust-induced chronic bronchitis and pneumoconiosis currently account ...

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  • Ecological and human health risks associated with ...

    2017-2-21 · Gold mining is a major source of metal and metalloid emissions into the environment. Studies were carried out in Krugersdorp, South Africa, to evaluate the ecological and human health risks associated with exposure to metals and metalloids in mine tailings contaminated soils. Concentrations of arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr), cobalt (Co), copper (Cu), lead …

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  • Proximity to mining industry and respiratory diseases in ...

    2016-6-7 · In a community in northern Chile, explosive procedures are used by two local industrial mines (gold, copper). We hypothesized that the prevalence of asthma and rhinoconjunctivitis in the community may be associated with air pollution emissions generated by the mines. A cross-sectional study of 288 children (aged 6–15 years) was conducted in a community in northern …

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  • Chemicals Used in Mining

    2021-12-14 · Sulfuric acid. Sulfuric acid is a toxic chemical used in copper mining. It is also a byproduct of many kinds of mining, mixing with water and heavy metals to form acid mine drainage. Sulfuric acid smells like rotten eggs. Contact with sulfuric acid can cause burns, blindness, and death.

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  • The social and environmental impact of mining in the ACP

    2012-8-16 · 2 In the mining industry in Katanga, most handmade products extracted are exported unprocessed, usually in the form of heterogenite, which contains copper, cobalt and other minerals, or as is more more often the case in the form of malachite, an important copper ore. This means that even when these

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  • Coal as an energy source and its impacts on human health

    2021-4-1 · Other cardiovascular diseases have an association with air and water contaminated with toxicants found in coal and coal processing. (Hendryx and Zullig, 2009). Exposure to specific air pollutants is associated with changes in the heart structure (Finch and Conklin, 2016). It is a severe problem in cardiovascular diseases; an increase in cardiac ...

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  • Health and Safety Hazards : Mining Health, Safety and ...

    2015-4-15 · Issue. Underground mining, by its nature, presents a range of health and safety hazards that are different from those in other sectors. Some hazards, such as ground instability, are inherent in the underground environment.

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  • CDC

     · Tracking of silicosis is not as regular or thorough, compared with CWP. However, historic data from the 1990s attributes more than 23% of reported silicosis deaths to mining. On chest x-rays, r-type opacities are associated with silicosis lung pathology. Over the last four decades, researchers have observed an increase in r-type opacities.

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  • Oxidative damage induced by copper in mouse primary ...

    2015-9-11 · Copper can disturb the intracellular redox balance, induce oxidative stress, and subsequently cause irreversible damage, leading to a variety of diseases. In the present study, mouse primary hepatocytes were chosen to elucidate the in vitro oxidative damage of short-term copper exposure (10–200 μM) by single-cell analysis. We evaluated the toxicity of copper by …

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  • The environmental effects of mining waste disposal at ...

    2021-1-28 · At the end of the 1980''s several mine projects triggered major conflicts. In 1989 a guerrilla movement forced the closure of the large copper mine in Bougainville. In 1990, concerned local communities, adversely affected by the Ok Tedi mine, raised environmental issues. Mining disasters and spills in

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  • Heavy metal poisoning | Genetic and Rare Diseases ...

    2017-4-28 · Heavy metal poisoning refers to when excessive exposure to a heavy metal affects the normal function of the body. Examples of heavy metals that can cause toxicity include lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, and chromium. Exposure may occur through the diet, from medications, from the environment, or in the course of work or play. Heavy metals can enter …

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  • Review of Environmental and Health Impacts of Mining in …

    2018-3-12 · Large-scale mining, also known as legal mining, generates more than 95 percent of the world''s total mineral production and employs approximately 2.5 million people across the world.13 In Ghana, there are 19 large mining companies operating approximately 16 gold mines, one bauxite mine and one manganese mine.2 These companies are largely privately owned …

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  • Mining is bad for health: a voyage of discovery

    2020-5-14 · respiratory tract diseases, especially pulmonary tuber-culosis and silicosis, and skin diseases, as well as the injuries and accidentsmorecommonly associated with mining (Basu et al. 2015). Not a healthy occupation. Since artisanal mining may be the only source of income for these miners and families, it is important to

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  • Neurodegenerative diseases and oxidative stress | Nature ...

    2004-3-1 · Metal ions and neurodegenerative diseases. The dominant risk factor associated with the neurodegenerative diseases is increasing age. …

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  • What Is The Environmental Impact Of The Mining Industry ...

    2017-4-25 · Mining is the extraction of minerals and other geological materials of economic value from deposits on the Earth. Mining adversely affects the environment by inducing loss of biodiversity, soil erosion, and contamination of surface water, groundwater, and soil. Mining can also trigger the formation of sinkholes.

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  • Environmental Risks of Mining

    2012-12-11 · When companies break up materials during mining, the dust can release a variety of heavy metals commonly associated with health problems. As dust, these minerals (such as the asbestos-like mineral riebeckite) can be …

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  • Innovations: Copper in My Medicine Chest?

    2021-8-12 · In 1939, the German physician, Werner Hangarter, noticed that Finnish copper miners were unaffected by arthritis as long as they worked in the mining industry. This was particularly striking since rheumatism was a widespread disease in Finland, and workers in other industries and other towns had more rheumatic diseases than did the copper miners.

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  • Management''s Discussion and Analysis For ...

    2021-2-19 · About Lundin Mining . Lundin Mining Corporation ("Lundin Mining" or the "Company") is a diversified Canadian base metals mining company with operations in Brazil, Chile, Portugal, Sweden, and the United States of America, primarily producing copper, zinc, gold and nickel. Table of Contents

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  • The toll of the cobalt mining industry on health and the ...

    2018-3-6 · The hidden costs of cobalt mining 05:54. Some women complained about the physical nature of the work, with one describing hauling 110-pound sacks of cobalt ore. "We all have problems with our ...

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  • Preliminary review of mine air pollution in Zambia ...

    2019-9-1 · Zambia has been predominantly a mining country and the copper industry has dominated the mining landscape for more than eight decades since the first commercial mine was opened in the early 1900s (RCCM, 1978; Simutanyi, 2008).To date, the mining sector is still the major foreign exchange earner for the country and the increase in the mining activities in the …

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  • (PDF) Occupational Lung Diseases and the Mining Industry ...

    Abstract and Figures. Mining production has accounted for around 50% of the gross industrial product in Mongolia since 1998. Dust-induced chronic bronchitis …

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  • 6 Emerging Issues in Mining Safety and Health | Mining ...

    2021-12-17 · The Mining Program should stay aware of current and future research in this field and be ready to address potential control technologies associated with nanoparticles in the mining environment, especially methods of both measuring …

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