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ESTIMATING LOSSES AND GAINS DUE TO THE PRESENCE OF THE MINING INDUSTRY: ASSUMPTIONS

U. Kazmierczak
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

The publication concerns the issue of losses and gains related to the rock mining activity in the whole business life cycle of a mining undertaking in relation to: mining entrepreneur, communes, local communities and the environment. The analysis of the issues was conducted for three specific stages of a mining undertaking: identification of geological resources and technical and economic analyses of an undertaking, preparatory works, deposit opening and mining as well as winding up of the mine. The conducted analysis enabled one to introduce assumptions for estimating losses and gains due to the presence of the mining industry, which, in the first stage of a mining activity most of all concern losses of a mining entrepreneur. A similar situation occurs in the case of the last stage of a mining activity if advantages for local people, environment and commune related to reclamation and development of post-mining areas are not taken into consideration. On the other hand, the second stage of a mining investment in its first phase concerns losses related to preparatory works and deposit opening and conversion of land. The phase of mining is related to both losses and gains concerning all the analysed aspects.

Keywords: pen-pit mining, rock mining, mining impact, losses and gains due to a mining activity


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