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S. C. : 1992); Donald G. Rogich, "Trends in Material Use: Implications of Sustainable Development," Division of Mineral Commodities, USBM, April 1992; figures for stone, sand and gravel, and clays are Worldwatch estimates based on USBM, Mineral Commodity Summaries. In 1989, U. S. surface mines produced 8 times as much wastes per ton of ore as the underground mines did. 4 billion tons of material handled at the non-fuel mines. Although such a material may be chemically inert, yet it can clog streams and cloud the air over large areas.
K. 07 million tonnes in Italy, per annum. Sulphur dioxide aggravates respiratory diseases, corrodes metals and stone, can reduce plant growth, and through acidification. Acidification affects land as well as lakes and groundwater; Large areas of forest soils have increased in acidity by factors of five to ten over the past 20 to 50 years. Acidity in the soil can increase the amount of aluminium, which kills fine roots, or it may cause a deficiency of magnesium. Large parts of eastern China have already been affected by acid deposition.
The glass waste is expected to resist leaching by water for hundreds of years. The other method is to consolidate rods and bundle them together in a container and molten material such as lead can be used as a filler. Some of the ways of disposal of radioactive waste are: (a) (b) (c) (d) to drill large deep holes in the earth and lower canisters into them. place canisters in sea bed. sink vertical shaft a few thousand meters deep, excavate horizontal corridors radiating out and place canisters there.
Clean Production: Environmental and Economic Perspectives by Krishna B. Misra (auth.), Prof. K. B. Misra (eds.)