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In many cases the openings are well known and are a threat to the general population, since the adventurous want to enter them and explore. These mine openings may harbor an number of physical hazards that can injure or kill those who Chapter 3: Environmental Impacts from Mining 3-11 enter, including unstable ground that could collapse or bad air, either insufficient oxygen or containing poisonous gases, such as carbon monoxide. The other physical hazard from mine openings are those that are unknown, particularly vertical shafts.
It is important that EPA demonstrate its willingness to share control with local groups and be responsive to recommendations from these groups. This is the heart of community-based environmental decision-making. At many sites, staff meet regularly with stakeholder groups Chapter 5: Co mmu nity Involveme nt 5-3 that include representatives from the community, PRPs, state, EPA and other stakeholders to discuss site plans and reach informal consensus on them. Conduct a Demonstration Project. The team should consider a demonstration project in cases where the EPA is proposing soil remediation in residential areas.
Slope failure can result in direct release or direct exposure of these materials to the surrounding environment. Saturation of waste material can also trigger slope failure. Structural Stability of Tailings Impoundments. The most common method of tailings disposal is placement of tailings slurry in impoundments formed behind raised embankments. Modern tailings impoundments are engineered structures that serve the dual functions of permanent disposal of the tailings and conservation of water for use in the mine and mill.
Abandoned Mine Site Characterization and Cleanup Handbook by Nick Cato, Shahid Mahmud