Euromines has published a new brochure on best practices on reducing NOx and CO gases in the extractive industry, as keeping workers healthy is essential to the success of mining companies.

For this to happen, hazards such as toxic chemicals in the workplace need to be identified, and the risks associated with them from any possible exposure needs to be adequately controlled. The concentration of NO, NO2 and CO in workplaces in underground mines arises predominately from the use of explosives and from vehicles and mobile machines equipped with diesel engines. 

In the underground mining sector, the use of diesel engines in the short-to-medium term will remain necessary. But during the last few decades of diesel engine operation, a significant amount of research and improvements were made in the area of work environment and effective diesel engine operation. 

Find attached the brochure.  

Date: 
04/12/2017
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 776811 — H2020-SC5-2017.