coal dust


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coal dust

npolvere f di carbone
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"There," she said to herself, looking into the shadow of the carriage, at the sand and coal dust which covered the sleepers-- "there, in the very middle, and I will punish him and escape from everyone and from myself."
Some of the coal dust had coated his face, and the sweat from his exertions was running in streaks.
His smooth cheek was begrimed and flushed, and the coal dust on his eyelids, like the black pencilling of a make-up, enhanced the liquid brilliance of the whites, giving to his youthful face something of a feminine, exotic and fascinating aspect.
It was probably a carriage builder's or carpenter's shed; the whole place from the entrance was black with coal dust. Here would be the place to throw it, he thought.
Coal mining is one of the biggest job resource for the people, but also more hazardous than hard rock mining due to continues incidents with in mines, including explosions of poisonous gases, collapse of mine stones, coal dust.
On environmental regulation and pollution control, the energy department specified that dust control systems, such as water spray, sprinkler, misting machine, dust arrester or cover "to prevent emission of fugitive coal dust" be provided and installed.
Phase III of the Coal Dust Rule, which further reduced the dust concentration limits, went into effect in August 2016.
Various environmental epidemiological studies indicated that exposure to coal dust contributed to health risks.
The number of underground drilling in China has exceeded 1.5 x [10.sup.8] m every year [24]; thereby, large amounts of coal dust from drilling constructions are discharged into the work site.
AN artist who visited a drift mine in the Upper Swansea Valley to document coal miners and their landscape has produced a series of stunning portraits which have been printed using coal dust.
BRySBANE (CyHAN)- A study released on Tuesday has found that a high concentration of coal dust can quickly kill coral on Australia's Great Barrier Reef.