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Iron ore thunders higher as mine dams closed, exports collapse MINING.COM Futures topped $90 a tonne on Wednesday amid increasing concern the crisis at Brazil’s Vale SA will be drawn out as...
3/4/2019 The catastrophe drew increased scrutiny on mining practices from the authorities, with the nation’s regulator now ordering 56 tailings dams to be closed. Iron ore’s rally has been given an...
18/9/2020 Brazil’s iron ore miner, Vale, has not complied with commitments to prevent another disaster, prosecutor told Reuters. Members of a rescue team, pictured in
20/9/2020 All the 29 dams are problematic and Vale has been disobeying the agreements to this date,” he added. On Tuesday, the Brazilian miner said it plans to grow production capacity to 400 million tons of iron ore per year by 2022, up from 318 million today.
The standard of public reporting on tailings dam incidents is poor. A large number remain completely unreported, or lack basic facts when reported. There is no comprehensive database for historic failures. According to mining engineer David M Chambers of the Center for Science in Public Participation, 10,000 years is "a conservative estimate" of how long most tailings dams will need to maintain structural integrity. The lack of any comprehensive tailings dam database has prevented meaningful analysis, either gross
26/8/2015 Large iron ore mine and related dams and railway in Gabon, to be developed by Chinese company. Opposition from Brainforest and activist Marc Ona Essangui Environmental Impacts Potential: Biodiversity loss (wildlife, agro-diversity), Loss of landscape/aesthetic degradation, Deforestation and loss of vegetation cover, Surface water pollution / Decreasing water (physico-chemical, biological
All the 29 dams are problematic and Vale has been disobeying the agreements to this date," he added. On Tuesday, the Brazilian miner said it plans to grow production capacity to 400 million tonnes of iron ore per year by 2022, up from 318 million tonnes today.
In the Iron Ore business, Vale has 124 dams registered with the National Mining Agency (ANM). In total, 82% of these dams are located in Minas Gerais. 124 Iron ore dams in Brazil 41 tailings dams
Earlier this week, the iron ore giant said in a file to the Brazilian securities exchange commission (CVM) that three of its dams were at higher risk of collapsing. Dams in Brazil are labelled at...
Vale is Brazil’s biggest mining company and the world’s number-one producer of iron ore. Within Brazil, it produces 80% of the ore for export. In 2017, its revenue totalled $34bn (£26bn; €