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  • The Largest Coal

    Oct 12, 2017Then, in the late 1960s, Peabody Energy (today the largest coal-mining company in the United States) started to mine Black Mesa's vast coal deposits. In the process, the company began using billions of gallons of the Navajo Aquifer's water—as much as 3 million gallons a day—to move the coal via a slurry pipeline to the Mohave Generating

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  • OSMRE AR Impoundments

    May 07, 2019Coal waste is produced during the cleaning of coal for market, and usually occurs at "coal preparation plants." The coal cleaning process produces coarse (usually 6-inch or smaller material) and fine coal waste (silt/sand-size particles, usually in a "slurry" with water) as the impurities are segregated from the clean coal.

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  • Coal slurry spill in West Virginia linked to Alpha Natural

    Apr 20, 2017On March 23, the Admiral Processing Plant in Boone County, W.Va., leaked approximately 5,400 gallons of coal slurry into Crooked Run, a tributary of the Coal River. The plant has been operated by Black Castle Mining Company since November 2015 and is affiliated with Alpha Natural Resources. The spill resulted from a broken pipe at the facility

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  • Slurry Pump For Mining Solutions

    A pump is a device used to increase the pressure of a fluid by giving it the driving force required for flow. Slurry Pumps are used to do the same especially to transfer industrial slurry from one point to another. Sujal Engineering's pumps are widely recognized and used in the mining industry to cater to challenging slurries like mining slurry, sand slurry, and mineral slurry.

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  • 12 Environmental Effects of Coal Mining

    Coal mining irreparably damages plant life and soil, creating barren patches of land that are not only aesthetically unpleasing but contribute to loss of valuable topsoil, erosion and dust storms. #8 Flooding. Coal mining and preparation generates millions of gallons of highly toxic, semi-solid waste called slurry. To contain the slurry, dams

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  • Three Products Coal Slurry Separator

    TPS coarse coal slurry separation technology of high efficiency and precision will lead the new development of coarse coal slurry separation process. 2. Features of TPS. 2.1. Double regulating top water flow self-stabilizing system. Coarse slurry separator is driven by the driving force of the upward water to do the separation.

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  • Use of fly

    Apr 13, 2017Use of fly-ash slurry in backfill grouting in coal mines Ning Jianga,b,1,*, Jinhai Zhaoa,b,1,*, Xizhen Suna,b, Liyang Baia,b, Changxiang Wanga,b aState Key Laboratory of Mining Disaster Prevention

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  • Coal slurry spill in West Virginia linked to Alpha Natural

    Apr 20, 2017On March 23, the Admiral Processing Plant in Boone County, W.Va., leaked approximately 5,400 gallons of coal slurry into Crooked Run, a tributary of the Coal River. The plant has been operated by Black Castle Mining Company since November 2015 and is affiliated with Alpha Natural Resources. The spill resulted from a broken pipe at the facility

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  • Black Mesa coal mine

    Peabody Western Coal Company began strip mining operations on Black Mesa in 1968, and until recently this was North America's largest strip mining operation and site of the only operating long-distance coal slurrypipeline (owned by Southern Pacific). During its operation, the Black Mesa coal mine fed the Mohave Generating Station, a power plant in Laughlin, Nevada, via the 273 mile long

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  • MCGEHEE ENGINEERING CORP.

    slurry storage to store fine coal processing waste (slurry) produced at the Warrior Met Coal Mining, No. 4 Mine Prep Plant. The ponds are proposed for emergency use in the event one of the larger impoundments used by Warrior Met Coal Mining is not available. The ponds will be small and not of the size regulated and monitored by MSHA.

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  • After the Spill: Life in West Virginia's Coal Country

    Jan 09, 2015But their new home was close to a site used by nearby mining operations to deposit coal slurry—a thick, black sludge comprised of waste fluid produced in the coal preparation process.

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  • End Coal

    Impact 3: coal ash and slurry: long term hazards to communities. Coal combustion creates millions of tons of solid waste in the form of coal ash and scrubber sludge — the detritus from the machinery which 'controls' polluting exhaust. This toxic cocktail sits in "ponds," often leaching into groundwater. There is no way to clean coal

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  • Mining Industry

    Mining Industry Red Valve's Mining Industry History. In 1953, Red Valve developed a custom pinch valve designed for the world's first coal slurry pipeline. Since our very beginning, we have been continuously developing highly innovative and extremely durable products designed to handle the rigors of the most demanding mining operations.

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  • After the Local Coal Mine Shuts Down, These Navajo and

    Throughout its lifetime, Peabody Energy, the mine's owner, pumped some 45 billion gallons of groundwater to transport the coal through a pipeline as a mixture called "slurry" to a generating

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  • Use of fly

    Nov 01, 2017An industrial test of the proposed fly-ash slurry hauling pipeline backfill grouting was carried out at the 1703 working face in Zhaoguan coal mine (as shown in Fig. 13). The whole filling system was located underground.

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  • Murray Energy Corporation

    Coal slurry spills. In October 2010, water contaminated with coal dust spilled for the fourth time since 2000 into a Belmont County creek that is home to an endangered salamander, Ohio state agencies reported. The coal slurry - water used to wash newly mined coal and filled with potentially toxic heavy metals - came from a pipeline that runs from Murray Energy's Century Mine across Captina

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  • Haunting Photos Show the Tragic Aberfan Disaster in 1966

    Nov 21, 2019It was one of the United Kingdom's worst tragedies, and it was a man-made disaster. In 1966, 300,000 cubic yards of coal sludge buried a Welsh primary school, and 19 houses in Aberfan, Wales.

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  • Special Report No. 17 December 1983 Comparing the

    of rights-of-way for a coal slurry pipeline running through Virginia from another state. Its failure places the Virginia coal slurry pipeline issue back in the General Assembly, where legislators must decide whether to repeal a state law passed in the 1960's that specifically prohibits the use of eminent domain for a pipeline transporting coal.

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  • Toxic coal sludge pollutes Ky. town 10 years later

    Oct 10, 2010The slurry burst through the bottom of the Martin County Coal Corp.'s 68-acre holding pond early on the morning of Oct. 11, 2000, sending the goo washing through an underground mine

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  • Mining and the Environment: What Happens When A Mine Closes?

    Jul 10, 2014[The] surface and underground coal mining operations affect interstate commerce, contribute to the economic well-being, security, and general welfare of the Nation and should be conducted in an environmentally sound manner.[And] the cooperative effort established by this Act is necessary to prevent or mitigate adverse environmental effects

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  • coal slurry dangers

    Jan 31, 2019TVA's spill was from a "coal ash" impoundment, which is somewhat different than a mine-site slurry impoundment, as it deals with post-combustion, powerplant coal ash, which involves a different regulatory arena than mine-site or coal processing impoundments.

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  • Coal Slurry – Appalachian Voices

    A coal slurry spill on March 23, 2017, leaked approximately 5,400 gallons of coal slurry into Crooked Run, a tributary of the Coal River. The processing plant in Boone County, W.Va., where the spill originated is affiliated with Alpha Natural Resources.

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  • The Center for Land Use Interpretation

    A large mine, where the coal was extracted, pulverized, and mixed with water to form a slurry, which was then transported through a pipeline for 273 miles to the Mojave Generating Station, a power plant in Laughlin, Nevada, that provide power mostly for Los Angeles. At the time, the 18-inch diameter pipe was the longest coal-slurry pipeline

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  • Coushatta, LA: Oxbow Mine Dewatering Cell #7 Energy

    Significant Project Features: Soil-Bentonite Slurry Wall around the future Cell #7 of the coal mine 12,111 Linear Feet. 788,804 Square Feet. Maximum of 76-feet deep Target Average Permeability of 1 x 10-7 cm/s Background: The Oxbow Mine is a surface lignite coal mine just west of the town of Coushatta, Louisiana. The Oxbow mine yields []

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  • The Man Behind the Massey Disaster: Donald Blankenship's

    Apr 08, 2010Massey Energy's Goals Coal processing facility is less than 300 feet from Marsh Fork Elementary School in West Virginia, and not far from a from massive coal slurry impoundment. The company wants

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  • Mining Industry

    Mining Industry Red Valve's Mining Industry History. In 1953, Red Valve developed a custom pinch valve designed for the world's first coal slurry pipeline. Since our very beginning, we have been continuously developing highly innovative and extremely durable products designed to handle the rigors of the most demanding mining operations.

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  • The Black Mesa Controversy

    In this process, pulverized coal is mixed with water and then pushed through a pipeline. Currently, PWCC uses 4,600 acre-feet or 1.3 billion gallons of pristine ground water from the Navajo Aquifer every year for coal transportation. The Black Mesa mine coal slurry system is

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  • Before the Blankenship

    May 07, 2018Three hundred million gallons of coal slurry, the viscous mix of mud, coal waste, and chemicals left as a by-product from purifying coal, broke through the

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  • Pumped

    Pumped-slurry backfilling of abandoned coal mine workings for subsidence control at Rock Springs, Wyo. (Bureau of Mines information circular ; 8846) Bibliography: p. 55•56. Supt. of Docs. no.: I 28.23:8846. 1. Mine subsidences-Wyoming-Rock Springs. 2. Mine filling-Wyo ming-Rock Springs. 3. Coal mines and mining-Environmental aspects

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  • Potential of Breakthroughs of Impounded Coal Refuse

    gallons of water and fine coal refuse slurry broke through a bedrock barrier from an impoundment in Martin County, eastern Kentucky, into an adjacent underground mine. Approximately 260 million gallons of the water and coal slurry discharged from two underground mine portals and affected over 75 miles of streams in Kentucky and West Virginia.

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  • heavy duty Submersible coal mining slurry pump

    Heavy Duty Slurry Pump - Heavy duty mining slurry pump AZ Heavy Duty Slurry Pump Description. AZ series heavy duty slurry pump is suitable for handling slurry with abrasive and corrosive solids, which maximum weight density of 45% (ash and coal slurry) and 60% (ore and heavy slurry).

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  • Health effects of coal

    After mining, coal is crushed and washed to remove the surrounding soil and rock. Coal sludge, also known as slurry, is the liquid coal waste produced by mining activities. The washing process generates huge amounts of liquid waste. Another form of liquid coal waste is acidic mine runoff, as sulfuric acid forms when coal is exposed to air and

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