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Coal Mining and arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh

2004-10-9  Coal Mining and arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh. Published by MAC on 2004-10-09. Bangladesh, one of the world's poorest and most conflict-torn nations, isn't immediately identifiable as a state rich in hardrock minerals. However, the eastern part of the country has been a source of coal for decades. Now a London-listed company plans to expand ...

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Arsenic contamination in Hizla, Bangladesh: sources ...

Various natural (high arsenic bearing strata and pyrite oxidation) and anthropogenic (agricultural, coal mining, metal smelting, and refining industry) sources are involved in arsenic pollution of ...

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Case reports: arsenic pollution in Thailand, Bangladesh ...

Arsenic water levels to 9,000 pg/L were reported; such levels are substantially above any guideline levels. A long-term plan to mitigate arsenic contamination was devised in 1998-2000. The plan involved removal of arsenic-contaminated land and improved management of mining wastes. However, at $22 million, the cost was deemed prohibitive for the ...

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Arsenic poisoning in the Ganges delta Nature

1999-10-7  The pollution by naturally occurring arsenic of alluvial Ganges aquifers, which are used for the public water supply in Bangladesh and West Bengal, has been

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Arsenic in Coal - USGS

2006-3-28  Arsenic in bituminous coal occurs primarily in pyrite and, to a lesser extent, in organic portions of the coal. A small fraction of this arsenic is emitted during coal combustion. This Fact Sheet pro-vides information on the arsenic content of U.S. coals, how arsenic occurs, and its behavior during mining, coal preparation,

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The Role of Arsenic in the Mining Industry

2015-5-14  Arsenic in the mining industry . Atmospheric arsenic emissions from copper smelting represent the largest contribution of arsenic from the mining and metals industry by far and have been the focus of pollution control technologies and increasingly stringent regulations. [8] Arsenic can also be leached out of some metal ores by cyanide or acid ...

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CHRONIC ARSENIC POISONING FROM DOMESTIC

2008-1-1  The etiology of the chronic arsenic poisoning reported here is the ingestion of foodstuffs contaminated by arsenic-containing smoke from domestic combustion of coal using open, nonvented stoves . The use of coal for cooking and heating became predominant in the 1960s when population increases resulted in partial to severe deforestation.

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USGS Fact Sheet 2005-3152: Arsenic in Coal

2016-11-29  Arsenic is a persistent toxin that occurs naturally in trace amounts in rocks, sediments, and coal. Small amounts of arsenic may be present in ground water or, less commonly, surface waters, especially where there is a nearby source of arsenic. The

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(PDF) Arsenic Pollution Sources - ResearchGate

Arsenic is a widely dispersed element in the Earth's crust and exists at an average concentration of approximately 5 mg/kg. There are many possible routes of human

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Heavy metal pollution of soils from coal mines in China ...

2019-9-23  Mining activities are among the main sources of heavy metal contamination in the environment. To analyze heavy metal pollution of soils from coal mines in China, we assessed pollution and potential ecological risk, compared heavy metal concentrations between soils from coal mines and soils from metal mines and identified the relationship between heavy metals on the nationwide scale.

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Arsenic contamination in Hizla, Bangladesh: sources ...

Various natural (high arsenic bearing strata and pyrite oxidation) and anthropogenic (agricultural, coal mining, metal smelting, and refining industry) sources are involved in arsenic pollution of ...

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Health Effects of Exposure to Natural Arsenic in ...

2007-4-1  Arsenic poisoning of Bangladesh groundwater [Letter]. Nature 395:338 9759723. Crossref, Medline, Google Scholar; Peterson PJ, Peterwilliams W, Yang L, Wang W, Hou S, Li R et al.. 2001. Development of indicators within different policy contexts for endemic arsenic impacts in the people’s republic of China. Environ Geochem Health 23:159-172.

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Arsenic poisoning in the Ganges delta Nature

1999-10-7  The pollution by naturally occurring arsenic of alluvial Ganges aquifers, which are used for the public water supply in Bangladesh and West Bengal, has been discussed by Nickson et

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Allan H. Smith, Elena O. Lingas, Mahfuzar Rahman

Keywords: Bangladesh; arsenic poisoning, prevention and control; arsenic poisoning, therapy; water pollution, chemical, prevention and control; water treatment; environmental monitoring. Voir page 1100 le re´sume´ en franc¸ais. En la pa´gina 1101 figura un resumen en espan˜ol.

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Origin of arsenic in Bangladesh groundwater

Twenty years ago, Smith and colleagues described groundwater arsenic (As) contamination in Bangladesh as the "largest mass poisoning of a population in history." An estimated 60 million people were unknowingly drinking groundwater containing dangerous concentrations of naturally occurring As. Today, despite a much-improved well water testing effort, an estimated 30–35 million are still ...

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Human health risks and socio-economic perspectives of ...

Arsenic contamination of drinking water, which can occur naturally or because of human activities such as mining, is the single most important public health issue in Bangladesh. Fifty out of the 64 districts in the country have arsenic concentration of groundwater exceeding 50µgL -1 , the Bangladeshi threshold, affecting 35-77 million people ...

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Chronic arsenic poisoning from burning high-arsenic ...

2002-2-1  The estimated sources of total arsenic exposure in this area are from arsenic-contaminated food (50-80%), air (10-20%), water (1-5%), and direct contact in coal-mining workers (1%). At least 3,000 patients with arsenic poisoning were found in the Southwest Prefecture of Guizhou, and approximately 200,000 people are at risk for such overexposures.

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Environmental Factor - July 2019: Arsenic may interfere ...

2021-11-13  Arsenic research in Bangladesh is vital. Tasteless, odorless arsenic is a naturally occurring metallic element found in groundwater in Bangladesh. Exposures in millions of people led the World Health Organization to declare a public health crisis..

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Arsenic, a deadly poison in drinking water - American ...

A report entitled “Towards an assessment of the socioeconomic impact of arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh” was released in 2000. Global situation The delayed health effects of exposure to arsenic, the lack of common definitions and of local awareness as well as poor reporting in affected areas are major problems in determining the extent of ...

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CHRONIC ARSENIC POISONING FROM DOMESTIC

2008-1-1  The etiology of the chronic arsenic poisoning reported here is the ingestion of foodstuffs contaminated by arsenic-containing smoke from domestic combustion of coal using open, nonvented stoves . The use of coal for cooking and heating became predominant in the 1960s when population increases resulted in partial to severe deforestation.

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Arsenic poisoning in the Ganges delta Nature

1999-10-7  The pollution by naturally occurring arsenic of alluvial Ganges aquifers, which are used for the public water supply in Bangladesh and West Bengal, has been discussed by Nickson et al. 1.We agree ...

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Allan H. Smith, Elena O. Lingas, Mahfuzar Rahman

Keywords: Bangladesh; arsenic poisoning, prevention and control; arsenic poisoning, therapy; water pollution, chemical, prevention and control; water treatment; environmental monitoring. Voir page 1100 le re´sume´ en franc¸ais. En la pa´gina 1101 figura un resumen en espan˜ol.

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Origin of arsenic in Bangladesh groundwater

Twenty years ago, Smith and colleagues described groundwater arsenic (As) contamination in Bangladesh as the "largest mass poisoning of a population in history." An estimated 60 million people were unknowingly drinking groundwater containing dangerous concentrations of naturally occurring As. Today, despite a much-improved well water testing effort, an estimated 30–35 million are still ...

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Water Contamination in Bangladesh – HydrateLife

2012-4-2  The simplest explanation is that arsenic contamination is naturally caused by water running through arsenic rich sentiments, as is the case in Bangladesh for the most part. However, it is also used in fertilizer, and is a byproduct of copper smelting, mining and coal burning. Arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh has now become an epidemic, effecting ...

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Environmental Factor - July 2019: Arsenic may interfere ...

2021-11-13  Arsenic research in Bangladesh is vital. Tasteless, odorless arsenic is a naturally occurring metallic element found in groundwater in Bangladesh. Exposures in millions of people led the World Health Organization to declare a public health crisis..

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Chronic arsenic poisoning from burning high-arsenic ...

The estimated sources of total arsenic exposure in this area are from arsenic-contaminated food (50-80%), air (10-20%), water (1-5%), and direct contact in coal-mining workers (1%). At least 3,000 patients with arsenic poisoning were found in the Southwest Prefecture of Guizhou, and approximately 200,000 people are at risk for such overexposures.

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Arsenic, a deadly poison in drinking water - American ...

A report entitled “Towards an assessment of the socioeconomic impact of arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh” was released in 2000. Global situation The delayed health effects of exposure to arsenic, the lack of common definitions and of local awareness as well as poor reporting in affected areas are major problems in determining the extent of ...

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Source, Distribution, Toxicity and Remediation of Arsenic ...

2016-6-3  Atmospheric releases of arsenic may also occur when mining, smelting and refining, industrial processes, coal combustion, and waste incineration take place. Once released, it may undergo cycling processes the environment, in depending upon its oxidation state, speciation, concentrations, and the

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Arsenic Poisoning: Overview and Case Study

2019-9-23  •Arsenic is found in low concentrations in many foods •The average dietary intake in Canadians is estimated at 0.51-0.97ug/Kg BW/day of which 20-40% is inorganic •Seafood (fish, crustaceans and seaweed) contain higher concentrations than most other foods, but the predominant form is organic arsenic, which has much lower risk for toxicity

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Impact of the Coal Mining on the Spatial Distribution of ...

2018-10-8  Coal mining areas are prone to hazardous element contamination because of mining activities and the resulting wastes, mainly including Cr, Ni, Cu, Zn, Cd

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