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Published on : Sep 16, 2016

ALBANY, New York, September 16, 2016: Increasing mining activities have led to wastes in the form of waste rock, slags, mine water, and gaseous wastes. Loss of productive land is the primary environmental impact of mining wastes. Management of mining wastes depends on the type of waste and the amount of waste. The introduction of advanced mining tools has simplified mining operations including exploration, separation, and production of certain minerals and metals from their ores. Technological advancements have helped organizations to introduce new mining waste management practices, states a new report added to the repository of ResearchMoz.us. 

The report, titled “Global Mining Waste Management 2016-2020,” states that global mining waste management is expected to exhibit a 1.85% CAGR during the period between 2016 and 2020. As per the findings of the report, the introduction of stringent government rules and regulations and the evolution of advanced waste management techniques are two of the primary factors expected to boost waste management in many areas. However, global mining waste management activities are expected to be hampered by logistical issues in mine waste disposable.  Regionally, global mining waste management is divided into the Americas, EMEA, and APAC.  

The research briefs readers about the key factors driving and restricting global mining waste management activities. The rising focus on reduction of carbon emission and the rising impact of public perception are predicted to benefit mining waste management activities globally. Although mining waste management activities are expected to gain momentum across the globe, they are likely to be affected by complexities of managing wastewater resources. Investment austerity in the mining domain will also affect mining waste management activities globally, predict the analysts. 

Key companies are focusing on managing the environment while operating their mining activities. Mining activities require the use of land for managing its activities such as exploration, operation, construction, and closure. This has led to the loss of natural habitat. Rising construction activities have affected vegetation. Waste storage facilities including tailing ponds are being expanded. All this is leading to loss of the natural habitat and deforestation. 

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The focus on the management of waste water and water resources is increasing in many nations. Additionally, the popularity of green mining and biomining is also increasing in many nations. These factors are also expected to boost mining waste management activities in the years to come. Many prominent players are concentrating on introducing new waste management techniques and tools. Availability of infrastructure and developments in waste management equipment have motivated key companies to launch their new systems. This is also predicted to benefit the worldwide mining waste management activities throughout the forecast period.   

AMEC Foster Wheeler, EnviroServ, Interwaste, Veolia, Ausenco, Global Mining Solutions, Golder Associates, Knight Pisold, Metsana, Ramboll, and Zeal Environmental are some of the prominent players dealing with mining waste management.

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