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Coal India To Diversify Into Non-Coal Mining Areas In 2021

1 天前· State-owned Coal India Ltd. is set to diversify into non-coal mining areas as well as make major investments in clean technology in 2021 after demand for the dry fuel remained muted for most of this year amid the coronavirus pandemic impacting economic activities.

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Sustainable Mining in India CUTS CITEE

Sustainable Mining in India 5 Preface India’s mining industry has a tremendous growth potential which has been exhibited by its dominance of being one of the world leading producers of minerals like iron, coal, zinc, bauxite and so on. India ranks amongst the top ten world producers of several fuel, metallic, non-metallic and industrial minerals. Therefore, taking into consideration

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Coal India set to diversify into non-coal mining areas in

1 天前· New Delhi/Kolkata: State-owned Coal India Ltd is set to diversify into non-coal mining areas as well as make major investments in clean technology in 2021 after demand for the dry fuel remained muted for most of this year amid the coronavirus pandemic impacting economic activities. Against all odds, including the slump in coal demand, the government opened up the country's mining sector for

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Coal India set to diversify into non-coal mining areas in

1 天前· State-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) is set to diversify into non-coal mining areas as well as make major investments in clean technology in 2021 after demand for the dry fuel remained muted for most...

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Coal India set to diversify into non-coal mining areas in

1 天前· New Delhi/Kolkata: State-owned Coal India Ltd is set to diversify into non-coal mining areas as well as make major investments in clean technology in 2021 after demand for the dry fuel remained muted for most of this year amid the coronavirus pandemic impacting economic activities. Against all odds, including the slump in coal demand, the government opened up the country's mining sector for

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Coal India’s Journey toward Sustainability |Sustainability

Coal India officially embraced corporate social responsibility and sustainability development as a core value of its business. Under sustainability initiatives, it initiated activities in the three areas of environment, social and economic development for which it won many awards but a lot more can be done towards sustainability. To progress further as a sustainable organization, CIL had to

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Coal India set to diversify into non-coal mining areas in

1 天前· State-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) is set to diversify into non-coal mining areas as well as make major investments in clean technology in 2021 after demand for the dry fuel remained muted for most...

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Coal India set to diversify into non-coal mining areas in

1 天前· India Business News: State-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) is set to diversify into non-coal mining areas as well as make major investments in clean technology in 2021 after de

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Sustainable Development Cell of Ministry of Coal

Source: PIB The Ministry of Coal has decided to establish a ‘Sustainable Development Cell’ in order to promote environmentally sustainable

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Coal India set to diversify into non-coal mining areas in

1 天前· By Simran Arora & Bishaswar Malakar New Delhi/Kolkata, Dec 26 (PTI) State-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) is set to diversify into non-coal mining areas as well as make major investments in clean

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Sustainable mining of bauxite needed for India to be

Sustainable mining of bauxite needed for India to be global aluminium hub. Aluminium, a metal of strategic importance for India to attain its goal of becoming a $5 trillion economy, continues to be a highly imported metal . IANS; Updated: October 19, 2020, 13:54 IST; New Delhi: Import of bauxite, one of Indias most abundant ores, has caused an estimated forex loss of over $400 million in the

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The Health and Environmental Impact of Coal Mining in

India is one of the world’s major coal producers, ranking third after China and the United States[3]. Several national and international studies have established that the process of coal extraction, particularly opencast mining, and electrical generation by coal-fired power plants release a range of gaseous and solid chemicals and heavy metals into the atmosphere as a by-product of this

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Sustainable Development Framework for the Mining Sector

ERM India Pvt. Ltd. was commissioned by Ministry of Mines to develop a Sustainable Development Framework for the Mining Sector (Non Coal, Non Fuel) in India. The development of the SDF followed through on the commitment of the committee. Process of developing the SDF

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Sustainable Development of Mining Mineral Resources

01/01/2013· Mining in the twenty-first century, while striving for sustainable development, must provide employees with a safe working environment, therefore the problems regarding safety, due to its complexity, is a major challenge for mine operators. The trend of increasing the depth of mines, observed in the world, means that work safety is, and will continue to be a key area for the sustainable

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