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2014-07-19· Watching the Slag Dump was something we would watch on a weekly basis when I was a kid. Coming from a mining town. Now it is a little bit harder, I was lucky enough to witness it again.
Sudbury, officially Greater Sudbury (French: Grand-Sudbury), is a city in Ontario, Canada.It is the largest city in Northern Ontario by population, with a population of 161,531 at the 2016 Canadian Census. By land area, it is the largest in Ontario and the fifth largest in Canada.It is administratively a Unitary authority, and thus not part of any district, county, or regional
2008-11-03· Sudbury Dumped on the Slag Heap of History Stan Sudol. November 3, 2008 in Mining and Oil Sector Image, Stan Sudol Columns/Media References and Appearances, Sudbury History. This article was originally published in the Sudbury Star Friday, February 6,2004. Sudbury should work extra hard to control its image. Ed Burtynsky is a very successful
2019-07-23· Sudbury, Ontario—In the second half of 2017, we converted our two-furnace operation in Sudbury into a single furnace operation. As a result of this change, we increased the proportion of production of copper concentrate to total copper production from a rate of 66% in 2017 to 72% in 2018, maximizing the smelter capacity for nickel.
Metal-refining Slag, used widely as rail-bed ballast, --- originating at the copper-nickel smelters of Sudbury, Ontario, Canada . Figure 1. Here is a typical example of the slag found as ballast on railway lines (past and present) throughout southern Ontario.
NickB488 slag is the byproduct of mining ore. No one mines slag. To the original poster: while you cannot "mine" in Sudbury, many people I know who are well versed in geology will go looking for geode's in Sudbury and surrounding area. They are very beautiful and you would be breaking a rock to find the crystals inside...so maybe this is what
2019-09-03· Mining / Mining Magazine / Photography / Sudbury Ontario / The People / 0 Comment / April 16, 2019 I came home after vacation to find the new MMTS Publication waiting for me in the mail. I provided the cover photo which I created at Gold Corp’s Musslewhite Mine located in Ontario Canada.
18 Ontario Mining and Exploration Directory & Resource Guide 2015 Ontario Mining Operations Map ERIE L. ARIO L. HURON L. SUPERIOR Windsor London oronto a Sault Ste. Marie Sudbury Cobalt Kirkland Lake immins awa Moosonee Attawapiskat y Kenora Red Lake Marathon North Bay 17 Metal Mines Industrial Mines/Quarries MINE LOCATIONS Numbers relate locations to names in charts
The city of Sudbury attempted to annex Copper Cliff a number of times over the next 40 years, but was rebuffed by the Ontario Municipal Board because the city's desire to gain municipal taxation rights over Inco's mining facilities in the community was deemed incompatible with federal and provincial taxation rules around the mining industry.
2014-12-02· Pouring Slag at the Copper Cliff Smelter International Nickel Company of Canada.
Our Sudbury Operations have been in operation for more than 100 years. With five mines, a mill, a smelter, a refinery and nearly 4,000 employees it is also one of the largest integrated mining complexes in the world. Our products include nickel, copper, cobalt, platinum group metals, gold and silver.
Sudbury, city, seat of Sudbury district, southeastern Ontario, Canada. It is situated on the western shore of Ramsey Lake, about 40 miles north of Georgian Bay of Lake Huron. In the 1880s Sudbury became the most important mining center in Canada, with a
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The smelter produces a bulk matte, sulphur dioxide and slag. The sulphur dioxide from the flash furnaces is fixed in the Acid and Liquid SO2 Plants, and sold as sulphuric acid and liquid sulphur dioxide, while the lower-strength stream from the converters is vented to the stack. The slag from the furnaces is a
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2010-07-23· In 1892 amendments were made to the legal arrangements that governed prospecting and mining in Ontario. Laws Governing Prospecting and Mining in Ontario. During the first half century in the history of Ontario (known then as Upper Canada) there was no formal legal code governing mineral development or prospectors. From 1845 onwards, however
2013-08-17· Greater Sudbury: The Capital of Ghost Towns in Ontario. Greater Sudbury is the location with the biggest number of abandoned communities. It has currently 123 listed locations. With a population of 160,274 (as of the 2011 census) it is probably the area with the highest density of abandoned buildings and ghost towns. The main reason for this is
The Sudbury region of Ontario is rich in metallic ores. Underground mining operations at the 15 active mines of Inco Ltd. and Falconbridge Ltd. in Sudbury currently produce 51,000 tons of ore per day [note: these figures are from the late 1990s], and five other mines within 500 km of Sudbury produce another 50,000 tons per day.By-products of nickel-copper production include cobalt, platinum
A Driving Tour of Greater Sudbury’s Mining Industry The Copper Cliff area of Greater Sudbury hosts one of the greatest . concentrations of mining infrastructure anywhere in the world. A mine, mill, smelter, nickel refinery, extensive slag dumps and tailings deposition areas can be viewed from the major roadways. This guide
Element Mining Ltd. is a mining company based in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. The Company is focused on providing drilling & explosives products, mining equipment and services for the industry. Element Mining ltd. specializes in the fabrication and construction of various components for mining equipment that are provided to many O.E.M. mining
Historical Mining Claim Maps . Before Claim Maps were available online, in which current and active claims may be viewed, claims were drawn on linen, paper and, later, Mylar sheets. Despite their age, there continues to be interest in the information provided by these historical mining claim maps.
Ontario Mining. Mining has been a part of Ontario's fabric since the dawn of civilization and it is an integral component of its high-tech, environmentally-conscious future. Ontario's native population was the first to tap into the province's vast mineral wealth. Major discoveries and mine development in the 20th century underpinned Ontario's
For over 40 years, the companies of Milman Industries Inc. have grown and evolved to meet the diverse needs of its customers, as well as the needs of the Northern Ontario Mining and
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