mineral extraction


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Noun1.mineral extraction - crushing and separating ore into valuable substances or waste by any of a variety of techniquesmineral extraction - crushing and separating ore into valuable substances or waste by any of a variety of techniques
extraction - the process of obtaining something from a mixture or compound by chemical or physical or mechanical means
activating agent - (mineral extraction) a surface-active chemical used in flotation process to increase the attraction to a specific mineral
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1373) would permanently protect nearly 1 million acres of public lands surrounding Grand Canyon from new mineral extraction, particularly toxic uranium.
CIP Kayigi warned residents against illegal mineral extraction and requested miners to assign security personnel to prevent children from playing around mining sites.
The share of mineral extraction in the total industrial production amounted to 5.4%, processing industries - 78.7%, electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning - 14.9%, water supply, treatment, waste treatment and secondary raw materials - 1% in January-June 2019.
Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino (BMP) said that green jobs will '[repair] the damage caused by massive mineral extraction that only benefited a few miners and bankers.'
Mineral extraction is a deeply contentious issue in Balochistan, where many indigenous people are angry that the province remains Pakistan's poorest despite its vast mineral wealth.
He also directed the NAB DG Lahore to inquire about the reasons behind closing the inquiry of mineral extraction so that the responsibility could be fixed and action be taken against responsible officers who closed inquiry allegedly against law.
Original papers are invited that reflect current research and technology within the rubber industry in sectors and disciplines such as defense, civil engineering, mineral extraction, biomedical, sustainability, adhesives, sport and leisure, robotics, transportation, and oil and gas.
In 2014, after the company was met with resistance to the mining of agricultural land it owned in Grand Prairie Township, it petitioned to have the land annexed into the city and re-zoned for mineral extraction. But that petition stalled when the county objected, setting off a multi-year legal battle that, in October, was resolved in the company's favor.
Similarly joint projects could be undertaken with foreign partners with mandatory transfer of technology in such fields as defense equipment, communication satellites, ship building, electronics, engineering goods, industrial automation, cyber security, new materials, waste recycling, mineral extraction and processing, food technologies, fruit and vegetable preservation and exports, horticulture and a host of other such areas.
Mineral extraction company Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile SA (NYSE:SQM) (Santiago Stock Exchange:SQM-B) disclosed on Wednesday its earnings of USD331.2m (USD1.26 per ADR) for the nine months ended 30 September 2018
He acknowledged that the laws regulating the mineral extraction from gravel to precious stones and their sale existed but their application lacked, tacitly suggesting that the resources are being unlawfully extracted.
(TSX.V: GSP) has closed the acquisition of two mineral extraction leases, KL 244 and KL 245, the company said.