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Mining Publication: Noranda Inc. - Brunswick Mine Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Field Study

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Original creation date: October 2004

The Brunswick Mine Diesel Particulate Filter Study was one of several research projects initiated by the Diesel Emissions Evaluation Program (DEEP). The study was carried out at Noranda's Brunswick Mine in Bathurst, New Brunswick by Noranda Technology Centre and Brunswick Mine personnel with the collaboration of Natural Resources Canada - Canada Centre for Minerals and Energy Technology (CANMET), National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Andreas Mayer of VERT, and diesel particulate filter (DPF) system suppliers. The study began in early 2000. Field evaluations continued for 20 months. The final report - authored by Sean McGinn - was submitted to DEEP in the Autumn of 2003.

Authors: S McGinn, M Grenier, M Gangal, B Rubeli, AD Bugarski, GH Schnakenberg, R Johnson, D Petrie, G Crowther, J Penney

Reference - October 2004

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Final Report of Investigation to the Diesel Emissions Evaluation Program (DEEP), 2004 Oct :8-88