The Influence of Mining Health and Safety and Environmental Legislation on Selected Domestic Metallic and Nonmetallic Minerals.
Albayrak F; Lupton S; McCrary T; Et Al
NTIS: PB/80-131436 :179 pages
This report is a study of the impact of federal laws and regulations on the domestic supply of metallic and nonmetallic minerals. The study was confined to pertinent environmental legislation and the recently enacted Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977. Legal requirements placed on individual selected mineral industries and the economic impact of these requirements are emphasized. Some attention was also directed toward particular environmental and health and safety problems generated by selected mineral industries. The study pinpointed a list of major problem areas that have a significant impact on the domestic mineral supply.
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