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tail·ing

 (tā′lĭng)
n.
1. tailings Refuse or dross remaining after ore has been processed.
2. Architecture The portion of a tailed beam, brick, or board inside a wall.

tailings

(ˈteɪlɪŋz)
pl n
waste left over after certain processes, such as from an ore-crushing plant or in milling grain
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The project will be implemented in successive stages, including an analysis of the legal framework in Kyrgyzstan, the study of various mining waste and equipment, as well as their radioactivity and other pollution and the associated risks.
Ahmed Mohamed Sadiq Al-Karuri has explained that the companies working in the field of mining have made obvious progress in production, pointing out that number reached to 350 companies, including concession, small mining and mining waste companies and a lot of them advanced to the production stage.
13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The California Environmental Protection Agency's Central Valley Water Board ("Water Board") approved Oro East's Carson Hill Mining Waste Reclassification Project in a memorandum issued by the Water Board on September 24, 2014.
The company has applied to the EA for a mining waste permit to manage wastes from drilling an exploratory borehole at their Ellesmere Port site, on Merseyton Road.
Anderson believes, lies in Scavitron's proven abilities to chemically process mining waste into marketable elements like copper, lithium, and barium.
Included are reviews regarding education in the field, separation processes, CO2 mineralization, biodegradable polyesters, biocidal food & drug packaging, alloys and thin-film growth for optical devices, genetic and metabolic engineering, and rheology of mining waste.
Particular attention will be paid to issues of old mining waste landfills, current waste production and storage, waste handling procedures, entrepreneurship development and the legal framework for waste management.
He argued existing EU legislation "includes precise and strict requirements ensuring an appropriate safety level of the mining waste facilities.
THE once dirtiest beach in the UK is making a recovery, through the actions of the sea and tides, cleaning the scars of the mining waste that has polluted this once pristine shoreline for more than 70 years.
A dozen Chinese officials have been sent to prison for their role in a 2008 mining waste accident that killed 277 people, Chinese state media has reported.
After the major accident in September 2008--caused when a landslide triggered the collapse of a mining waste reservoir--the city's mayor and party boss both lost their jobs, as did Shanxi's provincial governor.