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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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Contract award notice: Transport and processing of mining waste from the KWK "Boleslaw Smialy" Branch according to tasks
Rescue teams in southern Brazil raced to save victims and determine casualties Friday morning, hours after a dam burst at a mining waste site owned by two of the world's largest mining companies, Vale and BHP Billiton Ltd.
told reporters that based on their findings there is an urgent need to remove the mining waste in the island of Manicani as four major stockpiles are said to be "geologically hazardous.
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.
Notwithstanding this, many efforts are still being made to find new materials that can be used in the manufacturing process and production of cementitious products; the synthesis of geopolymers from mining waste turns out to be a good alternative as a long-term solution.
The EPA recently announced that United Park City Mines (UPCM) has entered into an agreement with multiple federal and state agencies to assess, cleanup, and restore more than 2,700 acres that are contaminated with historic mining waste within the Richardson Flat Superfund site near Park City, Utah.
Anderson believes, lies in Scavitron's proven abilities to chemically process mining waste into marketable elements like copper, lithium, and barium.
At Kumtor mine the First Vice Prime Minister will explore the tailing dam, Petrov Lake, waste water treatment facility, mining waste dumps, central pit, gold mill, moving rock waste dumps.
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.