Making deep mining safer

MacDonald, Darren
September 2012
Northern Ontario Business;Sep2012, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p12
The article reports on the spray on-liner being developed by Canadian Mining Industry Research Organization (CAMIRO), which was intended for cheaper, fast, and safer mining in Sudbury, Ontario. It states that the spray on-liner would replace the use of screens and shotcrete for keeping the position of the underground tunnels. It adds that the product is expected to provide big implications for mining if its test would become successful.


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