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Research on Coal Mine Environmental Pollution and Wastewater Treatment Technology

Emilia Pedersen, Carsten Helge

Unit for Health Promotion Research, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark.


Date: January 25,2019 Hits: 263

Abstract

This paper discusses the contents of coal mine environmental pollution and wastewater treatment technology. It can be clearly and intuitively understood that the current global environment is extremely harsh. From the initial stage of civilization, human beings have no control over the exploitation and utilization of coal, although coal is for humans. The contribution value of civilization has an indelible effect, but the carrying capacity of the environment is limited. With the continuous development of society, people's exploitation of coal is increasing day by day. Not only is coal resources on the verge of exhaustion, environmental pollution is also looting, for ecological problems. Protection is the most important thing at present. How to clean mining is a new situation that needs to be reversed. Based on this, this paper focuses on the research and thinking of coal mine environmental pollution and wastewater treatment technology research, and puts forward corresponding suggestions, and is willing to share with you.

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Research on Coal Mine Environmental Pollution and Wastewater Treatment Technology

How to cite this paper: Emilia Pedersen, Carsten Helge. (2019) Research on Coal Mine Environmental Pollution and Wastewater Treatment Technology. OAJRC Environmental Science1(1).

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/oajrces.2019.01.001