Salem Chemicals Inc - mining

By: Salem Chemicals  09-12-2011
Keywords: Dust Control, Minerals And Energy

"Mining is like a search-and-destroy mission." - Stewart L. Udall
In Canada, the mining industry is critical to the economy, contributing more than $50 billion of Gross Domestic Product while the US Mining industry has over 18000 companies, producing $149 billion worth of value. Canada ranks first in the world for the production of potash and uranium and in the top five for the production of nickel, asbestos, zinc, cadmium, titanium concentrate, aluminum, salt, molybdenum, copper, gypsum, cobalt and diamonds, as the world's third-largest producer of diamonds, providing 15 per cent of the world's supply. In addition to supplying base products for diluents, dust control and deicing, we provide a range of chemicals for the aggregation, processing and distribution of minerals and energy products.
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Dust Control, Minerals And Energy

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