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With its $3.85b mine takeover, Indonesia inherits a $13b

2019-1-14  With its $3.85b mine takeover, Indonesia inherits a $13b pollution problem. The Indonesian government has acquired a majority stake in the operator of the Grasberg mine, one of the world’s

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Indonesia has a long way to go to produce nickel sustainably

2021-5-28  Pollution. Indonesia has a long way to go to produce nickel sustainably. Steven Brown, an independent consultant who works with mining companies in Indonesia, suggests the industry could benefit from a global guideline against which investors could judge nickel projects specifically.

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Indonesia gambles on bauxite mining China Dialogue

2021-2-11  Bauxite mining often happens near farms and residential areas because bauxite-bearing soil can also be fertile. When land is cleared, dust can spread in air and water as wind picks up particles from mines and trucks travelling with ore. In Malaysia, where bauxite mining spiked after Indonesia cut off exports, public health officials reported in the Malaysian Journal for Medical Sciences that the industry

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Indonesian miners eyeing EV nickel boom seek to dump

2020-5-18  Nickel mining, increasingly pushed to meet rising demand for batteries, has long been a core industry for Indonesia. Smelting for battery nickel produces large amounts of acidic waste full of heavy metals, and how to deal with the waste is one of the most important decisions in a smelting project. Fewer than 20 nickel mines around the world dispose of their waste into the sea, but the proposals in Indonesia

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Phasing Out Mercury? Ecological Economics and

2018-2-1  1. Introduction. Over the past decade, scholars addressing mercury pollution have drawn attention to the proliferation of contaminated sites in artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) areas globally, employing a variety of approaches to studying the social and ecological costs of pollution (Li et al., 2009, Bose-O'Reilly et al., 2010, Telmer and Veiga, 2009).

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With new law, Indonesia gives miners more power and

2020-5-13  Indonesia’s parliament has passed a mining bill that activists say will lead to unbridled exploitation by a mining industry that already operates with impunity over environmental and social violations. The new law removes a limit on the size of mining operations and allows automatic permit extensions up to 20 years. Critics say the law effectively echoes the talking points of the mining

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Mercury Poisoning Among Indonesian Mining

2016-6-8  Where there is small-scale gold mining, there is mercury—and often mercury contamination. The Republic of Indonesia, the world's fourth most populous country, is home to some of the globe's richest gold deposits—and some of the world's worst mercury contamination. Over the last two decades, as gold production has exploded, more than a million small-scale gold miners have joined the large multi-national corporations working in Indonesia.

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Indonesia: Air Pollution IAMAT

Contributors to poor air quality in Indonesia include the mining and oil and gas industries, automobile manufacturing, vehicle emissions, and forest fires. Seasonal variations exist, with the highest levels of air pollution occurring during the dry season (June to October) due to forest fires.

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Here's how Indonesia plans to tackle its plastic pollution

2021-8-9  This article is part of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Indonesia is announcing a plan to tackle plastic pollution. The country aims to cut marine plastic waste by 70% within five years.

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Air Pollution in Indonesia The National Bureau of Asian

2016-4-11  The human cost of air pollution in Indonesia is shocking: the 2015 haze caused upward of 75,000 cases of upper respiratory infections. [3] Moreover, a 2010 study found that 57.8% of the population of Jakarta suffered from various diseases related to air pollution, including bronchial asthma, bronchopneumonia, and coronary artery diseases. [4]

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The Toxic Toll of Indonesia's Gold Mines Science

2016-5-24  The Toxic Toll of Indonesia's Gold Mines. Ipan, 16 months old, suffers a seizure as his mother, Fatimah, looks on. Both his parents, who live in Sekotong, Indonesia, were gold

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Environmental regulations for mining activities in Indonesia

2019-7-4  A brief overview of the primary environmental regulations applicable to mining activities in Indonesia, including environmental review, permitting and remediation.

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Phasing Out Mercury? Ecological Economics and

2018-2-1  1. Introduction. Over the past decade, scholars addressing mercury pollution have drawn attention to the proliferation of contaminated sites in artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) areas globally, employing a variety of approaches to studying the social and ecological costs of pollution (Li et al., 2009, Bose-O'Reilly et al., 2010, Telmer and Veiga, 2009).

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Indonesia: Air Pollution IAMAT

Contributors to poor air quality in Indonesia include the mining and oil and gas industries, automobile manufacturing, vehicle emissions, and forest fires. Seasonal variations exist, with the highest levels of air pollution occurring during the dry season (June to October) due to forest fires.

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Air Pollution in Indonesia The National Bureau of Asian

2016-4-11  The human cost of air pollution in Indonesia is shocking: the 2015 haze caused upward of 75,000 cases of upper respiratory infections. [3] Moreover, a 2010 study found that 57.8% of the population of Jakarta suffered from various diseases related to air pollution, including bronchial asthma, bronchopneumonia, and coronary artery diseases. [4]

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Indonesia: Villagers say health problems caused by

2021-8-17  Indonesia: Villagers say health problems caused by pollution from Newmont Mining Story Timeline company response: Newmont Responds to New York Times 日期: 8 九月 2004 内容类型: 文章 Available languages: English Spurred by Illness, Indonesians 日期:

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Environment & Climate Change Law 2021 Indonesia ICLG

2021-3-25  Indonesia: Environment & Climate Change Laws and Regulations 2021. ICLG Environment & Climate Change Laws and Regulations Indonesia covers common issues in environment and climate change laws and regulations including environmental policy and its enforcement, environmental permits, waste, liabilities, among others in 18 jurisdictions.

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Indonesia’s Move Away from Ocean Mine Waste Dumping

2021-2-9  Indonesia’s move away from ocean dumping means two major projects, one an expansion of the Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park and the other a new processing facility on Obi Island, must come up with safer plans to manage tens of millions of tons of waste.

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Mercury Pollution Related to Artisanal Gold Mining in

2017-3-7  Mercury Pollution Related to Artisanal Gold Mining in North Sulawesi Island, Indonesia. D. Limbong 1,2,3, J. Kumampung 2, D. Ayhuan 4, T. Arai 1 & N. Miyazaki 5 Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology volume 75, pages 989–996 (2005)Cite this article

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Death metal: tin mining in Indonesia Mining The Guardian

2012-11-24  A recent Businessweek investigation into tin mining in Bangka found that Indonesia's national tin corporation, PT Timah, supplies companies such as Samsung directly, as well as solder makers

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Mining Giant Was Warnedon Pollution in Indonesia The

2004-12-22  Mining Giant Was Warnedon Pollution in Indonesia. JAKARTA, Indonesia An internal company report warned top executives at the Newmont Mining Corporation, the

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Investigating mercury pollution in Indonesia -- ScienceDaily

2013-9-26  Investigating mercury pollution in Indonesia. Date: September 26, 2013. Source: Toyohashi University of Technology. Summary: The main source of this pollution today is small-scale gold mining

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Mercury Pollution Related to Artisanal Gold Mining in

2017-3-7  Mercury Pollution Related to Artisanal Gold Mining in North Sulawesi Island, Indonesia. D. Limbong 1,2,3, J. Kumampung 2, D. Ayhuan 4, T. Arai 1 & N. Miyazaki 5 Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology volume 75, pages 989–996 (2005)Cite this article

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Coal Mining in Indonesia Indonesian Coal Industry

The Indonesian coal industry is rather fragmented with only a few big producers and many small players that own coal mines and coal mine concessions (mainly in Sumatra and Kalimantan). Since the early 1990s, when the coal mining sector was reopened for foreign investment, Indonesia witnessed a robust increase in coal production, coal exports

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Air Pollution in Indonesia The National Bureau of Asian

2016-4-11  The human cost of air pollution in Indonesia is shocking: the 2015 haze caused upward of 75,000 cases of upper respiratory infections. [3] Moreover, a 2010 study found that 57.8% of the population of Jakarta suffered from various diseases related to air pollution, including bronchial asthma, bronchopneumonia, and coronary artery diseases. [4]

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Mining in Indonesia PwC

2018-10-9  Mining in Indonesia: Investment and Taxation Guide 7 Term Definition PTBA PT Bukit Asam Tbk PwC PwC refers to the network of member firms of PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited, each of which is a separate and independent legal entity RKAB Rencana Kerja dan Anggaran Biaya (Work Plan and Budget)

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Indonesia: Mining, Minerals and Fuel Resources

The key natural resources of the country include silver, coal, fertile soil, natural gas, petroleum, gold, bauxite, tin, copper, timber, and nickel. Indonesia is a globally leading exporter of tin and thermal coal. The mining industry in the country makes up 11.9% of its GDP. In 2010, foreign investment in the mining

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Indonesia Air Quality Index (AQI) and Air Pollution

Indonesia Air Quality Index (AQI). Read the air pollution in Indonesia, get real-time, historical and forecast PM2.5 and weather data with AirVisual.

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A review of soil heavy metal pollution from mines in China

Heavy metal pollution has pervaded many parts of the world, especially developing countries such as China. This review summarizes available data in the literature (2005-2012) on heavy metal polluted soils originating from mining areas in China. Based on these obtained data, this paper then evaluates

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What Is The Environmental Impact Of The Mining Industry

2017-4-25  Mining also causes water pollution which includes metal contamination, increased sediment levels in streams, and acid mine drainage. Pollutants released from processing plants, tailing ponds, underground mines, waste-disposal areas, active or abandoned surface or haulage roads, etc., act as the top sources of water pollution.

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