Quang Ninh uses mine waste for construction to save the environment. (Photo: laodong.vn) Quang Ninh (VNS/VNA) – Going green with construction work, TKV, a unit of Vietnam Coal and Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin), started recovering its mine waste with soil and rock for levelling of civil and industrial works at Suoi Lai mine in Quang Ninh province recently. Director of Quang Ninh Coal Processing Company – TKV Ngo Xuan Truong said: “The use of waste rock will contribute to reducing the height and area occupied by the waste dumps and reduce exploitation and use of natural hills, minimise negative impacts on landscape and environment.” The transformation is consistent with the economic transformation model from brown to green in Quang Ninh province and developing sustainably according to the circular economy model. After the end of land and rock recovery from the waste dumps, cleaner land will allow for infrastructure and industrial parks to be built according to the province’s traditional model of the coal industry. Vinacomin has assigned TKV to plan areas for waste soil and rock from coal mining and processing that can be used as sanding materials, ground levelling, building materials, and using and trading waste soil and rock after… Read full this story
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