MINING EQUIPMENT


Original Paper

UDC 622.872:504.3.054 V.N. Zakharov, D.E. Beglov, L.A.-S. Gadzhieva, 2023

ISSN 0041-5790 (Print) ISSN 2412-8333 (Online) Ugol  Russian Coal Journal, 2023, S12, pp. 32-37

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18796/0041-5790-2023-S12-32-37

Title

SUBSTANTIATION OF THE NECESSITY TO STANDARDISE EMISSIONS OF particules matter GENERATED BY MINING OPERATIONS

Authors

Zakharov V.N.1 , Beglov D.E.2 , Gadzhieva L.A.-S.1

1 Institute of Comprehensive Exploitation of Mineral Resources Russian of Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 111020, Russian Federation 2 Ministry of Health of Kuzbass, Kemerovo, 650064, Russian Federation

Authors Information

Zakharov V.N., Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Director, e-mail: ipkon-dir@ipkonran.ru

Beglov D.E., Minister of Health of Kuzbass, e-mail: depart@kuzdrav.ru

Gadzhieva L.A.-S., Junior Researcher, e-mail: gadzhieva_l@ipkonran.ru

Abstract

The article presents the results of data analysis on the influence of mining enterprises on the level of air pollution by PM10 and PM2.5 particles. The risks of human body exposure to fine particles formed while mining operations are assessed. The necessity of PM10 and PM2.5 particles emission rationing by the enterprises on mining and processing of mineral deposits is substantiated.

Keywords

Pollutant emissions, PM2.5, PM10, Air quality, Dust, Aerosols, Concentration limits.

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Acknowledgements

The research was performed as part of Activity No.1 of the Integrated Scientific and Technical Programme of the Full Innovation Cycle, approved by Order No. 1144- of the Government of the Russian Federation as of May 11, 2022, and Agreement No. 075-15-2022-1185 as of September 28, 2022, on providing grants from the federal budget in the form of subsidies in accordance with Item 4 of Article 78.1 of the Budget Code of the Russian Federation.

For citation.

Zakharov V.N., Beglov D.E. & Gadzhieva L.A.-S. Substantiation of the necessity to standardise emissions of particules matter generated by mining operations. Ugol, 2023, (S12), pp. 32-37. (In Russ.). DOI: 10.18796/0041-5790-2023-S12- 32-37.

Paper info

Received November 1, 2023

Reviewed November 15, 2023

Accepted November 26, 2023