Smaller mining companies in Montana are finding lucrative deep deposits in the state’s historic mines, providing them with a valuable advantage over their competitors.
According to a recent study, dust in the city may not have the same chemical composition as dust in the country. The finding could prompt cities to reexamine their dust control strategies.
From Mexico to Chile, Latin America has been a hotbed for mining in recent years, generating record-level investments and revenues throughout the region.
Off-roading is a popular pastime at one California State Park, but the surrounding community is fed up with all of the dust it produces.
Over 200 previously unknown minerals have been uncovered over the course of the last few centuries, and the biggest force behind these discoveries has been none other than the mining industry.