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However the amount of mercury generated by ironmining operations in Minnesota has increased as production has picked up in recent years In 2014 the Minnesota legislature established a rule required all iron mining and processing facilities to reduce their mercury emissions by 72 by 2025

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  • Mercury Pollution in the Boundary Waters Region of Minnesota

    Mercury Pollution in the Boundary Waters Region of Minnesota

    Maintained by the Minnesota state legislature as a brief history of metal mining in the state and as a repository for reports studies and impact statements Read the top two sections “CopperNickel Studies” and “History in Minnesota” and skim through the list of reports to get a sense of the types of information that are available

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  • Mercury Control for Taconite Stack Emissions Minnesota

    Mercury Control for Taconite Stack Emissions Minnesota

    Evaluation of a Low Corrosion Method to Increase Mercury Oxidation and Scrubber Capture Minnesota Dept of Nat Resources St Paul Minnesota 66 p Berndt M 2003 Mercury and Mining in Minnesota A Minerals Coordinating Committee Final Report Minnesota Dept of Nat Resources St Paul MN 62 p Berndt M 2008 On the measurement

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  • Study Most mercury in Lake Superior Mining Minnesota

    Study Most mercury in Lake Superior Mining Minnesota

    Jan 15 2016 · Minnesota officials for years have been working to remove mercury from landbased sources such as batteries switches thermostats and dental fillings The state also has moved to reduce coalburning power plant contributions and is helping to develop new ways to reduce mercury from taconite processing

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  • MERCURY MINING IN MINNESOTA AND CLEAN

    MERCURY MINING IN MINNESOTA AND CLEAN

    mercury mining in minnesota and clean water act protection a representative analysis based on the proposed polymet northmet project paula goodman maccabee† i introduction 1111 ii potential impacts of sulfide on sulfide hard rock

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  • Minnesota Pollution Mercury Reduction Plan Submittal

    Minnesota Pollution Mercury Reduction Plan Submittal

    Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Mercury Reduction Plan Submittal Ferrous Mining Processing 520 Lafayette Road North St Paul MN 551554194 Instructions Air Quality Permit Program Minn R 70070502 subp 3 Doc Type Regulated Party Response

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  • Colorado Mercury Mines Inc in Minnesota Company Info

    Colorado Mercury Mines Inc in Minnesota Company Info

    Colorado Mercury Mines Inc is a Minnesota Business Corporation Domestic filed on May 18 1944 The companys filing status is listed as Inactive and its File Number is F558 The Registered Agent on file for this company is Optional None Provided and is located at 306 Hodgson Bldg Mpls MN

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  • 70070502 MN Rules Part

    70070502 MN Rules Part

    a mercury emission source subject to Minnesota Statutes sections 216B68 to 216B688 The owners or operators of an existing mercury emission source that is a ferrous mining or processing facility must submit a mercury emissions reduction plan by December 30 2018 for approval and inclusion in a permit or other enforceable document

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  • Environmental Justice Appeals Court Victory in Minnesota

    Environmental Justice Appeals Court Victory in Minnesota

    Mar 24 2020 · The proposed PolyMet mine project located at the headwaters of the St Louis River the largest US tributary to Lake Superior would destroy or impair more than 1000 acres of wetlands and leach toxic metals like mercury lead and arsenic into our

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  • Mercury Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

    Mercury Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

    Mercury is a naturally occurring element that is toxic to humans and animals It affects human nervous systems particularly of young children and fetuses At room temperature mercury is a silvery liquid metal but it can also evaporate and become airborne like water Mercury does not break down into less toxic substances

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  • Mercury processing Britannica

    Mercury processing Britannica

    Mercury processing preparation of the ore for use in various products Mercury Hg has a unique combination of physical properties Its low melting point −3887 °C −38 °F and boiling point 3569 °C 674 °F high specific gravity 135 grams per cubic centimetre uniform volume expansion

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  • Mercury Mining in Minnesota and Clean Water Act

    Mercury Mining in Minnesota and Clean Water Act

    36 Wm Mitchell L Rev 1110 20092010 Mercury Mining in Minnesota and Clean Water Act Protection A Representative Analysis Based on the Proposed Polymet Northmet Project

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  • Sulfide Mining and Human Health

    Sulfide Mining and Human Health

    Sulfide mining specifically coppernickel sulfide mining represents a significant departure from Minnesota’s iron mining tradition Sulfide mining can produce acid waste and sulfates that mobilize the release of heavy metals into the environment These metals include known neurotoxins such as lead and mercury Mining

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  • Minamata Convention on Mercury Home

    Minamata Convention on Mercury Home

    The Secretariat of the Minamata Convention on Mercury is inviting Parties and interested stakeholders to submit by December 13th scientific technical and policy information on gender and mercury GEF 59th Council Meeting Remarks by Executive Secretary Monika Stankiewicz

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  • Save the Boundary Waters Environment Minnesota

    Save the Boundary Waters Environment Minnesota

    Mining companies are pushing to conduct a toxic new form of mining called sulfide mining right next to the Boundary Waters Runoff from sulfide mining can create toxic sulfuric acid and cause mercury contaminationboth of which could flow into the Boundary Waters and pollute this precious area We need President Obama to make sure we dont risk this natural treasure by allowing dangerous

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  • 70070502 MN Rules Part

    70070502 MN Rules Part

    Subpart 1 Statewide goal for mercury air emissions The statewide mercury air emissions goal of 789 pounds per year from Minnesota sources is to be achieved by December 31 2025 as described in the agencys total maximum daily load study approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency on March 27 2007

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  • Mercury Mining in Minnesota and Clean Water Act

    Mercury Mining in Minnesota and Clean Water Act

    Recommended Citation Maccabee Paula Goodman 2010 Mercury Mining in Minnesota and Clean Water Act Protection A Representative Analysis Based on the Proposed Polymet Northmet Project William Mitchell Law Review Vol 36 Iss3 Article 10

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  • Sulfide Mining Fact Sheet MEPartnership

    Sulfide Mining Fact Sheet MEPartnership

    Impact of Mining on Sulfate Levels in Minnesota Among the substances released by coppernickel sulfide mining are mercury air emissions sulfate discharges copper nickel manganese iron aluminum and arsenic as well as solvents and processing Two discharges in particular are detrimental to the

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  • What you need to know about Minnesotas PolyMet and

    What you need to know about Minnesotas PolyMet and

    Oct 23 2019 · Both mines would be located on the Iron Range in northeast Minnesota The Twin Metals operation would be an underground mine on Birch Lake just

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  • Sulfate and Mercury Chemistry of the St Louis River in

    Sulfate and Mercury Chemistry of the St Louis River in

    This report presents technical data and information on water quality sampling from the St Louis River related to sulfate and mercury contamination from mining that may affect human health However the report contains raw data with little interpretation and gives little guidance as to application of the findings to decisionmaking

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  • Mercury Usage in Gold Mining and Why It Is a Problem

    Mercury Usage in Gold Mining and Why It Is a Problem

    Jul 22 2019 · History of Using Mercury in Gold Mining Mercury first was used to extracting gold as many as 3000 years ago The process was prominent in the US up until the 1960s and the environmental impact on northern California is still felt today according to

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  • 5 Where do the worlds supplies of mercury come from

    5 Where do the worlds supplies of mercury come from

    Recycled mercury and mercury from stocks can be regarded as an anthropogenic remobilisation of mercury previously extracted from the Earth Despite a decline in global mercury consumption global demand is less than half of 1980 levels supply from competing sources and low prices production of mercury from mining is still occurring in a

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  • Twin Metals Sierra Club

    Twin Metals Sierra Club

    The proposed underground sulfide mining project by Twin Metals LLC in northeastern Minnesota includes over 30000 acres containing disseminated mineralization of coppernickel and associated trace metals bonded to sulfide ores Located within the Superior National Forest approximately 10 miles east of Babbitt 15 miles southeast of Ely MN and 23 miles from the Boundary

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  • Conflicted Over Copper How the Mining Industry

    Conflicted Over Copper How the Mining Industry

    Jun 05 2020 · The iron ore mines continued operating throughout the 20th century but the issue of pollution didn’t come to a head until the 1970s At that point taconite mines had been running for years and Minnesota believed the waste materialtailingscouldn’t hurt the environment

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  • Sulfide Mining and Human Health

    Sulfide Mining and Human Health

    Sulfide mining specifically coppernickel sulfide mining represents a significant departure from Minnesota’s iron mining tradition Sulfide mining can produce acid waste and sulfates that mobilize the release of heavy metals into the environment These metals include known neurotoxins such as lead and mercury Mining

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  • The Hidden Cost of Gold Birth Defects and Brain Damage

    The Hidden Cost of Gold Birth Defects and Brain Damage

    Nov 09 2019 · Mercury remains cheap and plentiful in the gold fields where it is sold in mining supply shops or by dealers who travel from village to village Dozens of Indonesian websites offer mercury

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  • Save the Boundary Waters Environment Minnesota

    Save the Boundary Waters Environment Minnesota

    Mining companies are pushing to conduct a toxic new form of mining called sulfide mining right next to the Boundary Waters Runoff from sulfide mining can create toxic sulfuric acid and cause mercury contaminationboth of which could flow into the Boundary Waters and pollute this precious area We need President Obama to make sure we dont risk this natural treasure by allowing dangerous

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  • Mercury Health WaterLegacy

    Mercury Health WaterLegacy

    In 2011 the Minnesota Department of Health found that 1 in 10 infants in Minnesota’s Lake Superior region are already born with unsafe levels of mercury in their blood The PolyMet mine plant and waste facilities would discharge sulfate to water and release sulfur compounds to the air

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  • Mercury reduction Minnesotas rhetoric

    Mercury reduction Minnesotas rhetoric

    The MPCA’s choice to withdraw from a fouryear study of mercury pollution in the St Louis River as well as a decision by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources allowing Minntac to

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  • Conflicted Over Copper PolyMet coppernickel mine has

    Conflicted Over Copper PolyMet coppernickel mine has

    Jun 12 2020 · Today the scars of mining sites across the Minnesota Iron Range are visible from satellites in space The invisible legacy of those mines is equally pernicious From fish loaded with mercury to wild rice beds killed by an overdose of sulfates the

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  • Minnesota Chippewa Tribe speaks out Free Press

    Minnesota Chippewa Tribe speaks out Free Press

    The six Ojibwe bands forming the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe have come together for the first time ever to publicly Sulfideore copper mining will increase the amount of mercury in the fish a

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  • PolyMet Mine WaterLegacy

    PolyMet Mine WaterLegacy

    Coppernickel mining exposes sulfide ores to water and air releasing sulfuric acid Sulfide mining in a waterrich environment like that of northern Minnesota has a track record of 100 percent failure to protect water quality PolyMet which has proposed cheap and outmoded designs for its operations will be no different

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  • Mercury Pollution Is Way Up One Huge Culprit Gold Mines

    Mercury Pollution Is Way Up One Huge Culprit Gold Mines

    Nov 29 2018 · The treaty bans the mining of mercury ore a red rock known as cinnabar Power plants have to implement the most uptodate mercury reduction technology as

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  • Mercury Factsheet National Biomonitoring Program CDC

    Mercury Factsheet National Biomonitoring Program CDC

    Mercury is an element and a metal that is found in air water and soil some electrical switches mining and some industrial processes It is released into the air when coal and other fossil fuels are burned Minnesota 2019 New Hampshire 2019 New Jersey 2019 New York 2019 Arizona 2014 California 2014

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  • Environmental Impacts of Mining and Smelting

    Environmental Impacts of Mining and Smelting

    Lead and Mercury Emissions from Mining Global releases of lead from smelting and refining nonferrous metals eg gold lead zinc copper total over 28000 metric tonsyear 1 Global releases of mercury from smelting and refining nonferrous metals total 710 metric tonsyear –

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  • Mercury Overview Occupational Safety and Health

    Mercury Overview Occupational Safety and Health

    Mercury is naturally occurring and exists in several forms High mercury exposure results in permanent nervous system and kidney damage Exposure is most likely to occur during mining production and transportation of mercury as well as mining and refining of gold and silver ores

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  • 30 years war MPCA asks EPA to establish specific mercury

    30 years war MPCA asks EPA to establish specific mercury

    Sep 30 2020 · UPDATE 9302020 At the Duluth News Tribune Jimmy Lovrien reports MPCA to EPA Its time to set mercury limits on the taconite industry end update A couple of press releases came our way related to an important water quality issue From the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency via a reader MPCA asks EPA to establish specific mercury standard to protect Minnesota waters EPA

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  • Save the Boundary Waters Earthworks

    Save the Boundary Waters Earthworks

    Banner Photo Jim Brandenburg Science Matters Don’t Let the Trump Administration Suppress Science Proposed SulfideOre Copper Mining Threatens Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecosystems of the Boundary Waters Region of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness the Superior National Forest Voyageurs National Park and Canada’s Quetico Provincial Park and public health and the regional economy

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  • Health Effects Of Mining TheWorldCounts

    Health Effects Of Mining TheWorldCounts

    Besides mercurypoisoning people living around mines are polluted by lead zinc and copper Other consequences of mining for human health The negative consequences of mining for human health include respiratory complications such as pneumoconiosis asbestosis and silicosis caused by inhaling fine particles from the large amounts of dust

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  • Mercury Contamination of Aquatic Environments

    Mercury Contamination of Aquatic Environments

    Mercury is a potent neurotoxin that accumulates in fish to levels of concern for human health and the health of fisheating wildlife Mercury contamination of fish is the primary reason for issuing fish consumption advisories which exist in every State in the Nation Much of the mercury originates from combustion of coal and can travel long

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