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Cover Story Sustainability in Mining In line with the rising environmental sensitivity all around, the cement industry is also embracing resource conservation, sustainable technologies, UNO’s development goals and building sustainable communities. Making our reserves last longer Modern mining practices can help us optimise consumption of scarce raw materials, says Bhanu Bhatnagar of Adani Cementation Ltd. Towards Building Sustainable Communities ‘District Mineral Foundation (DMF) proposing to use a part of mining cess for development of mining districts has a long way to go for achieving its objectives, says CSE’s status report. Role of corporates towards SDGs The new agenda of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) emphasises a holistic approach to achieve sustainable development for all covering every facet of living for individuals, says Dr Rajen Mehrotra.eastern parts of the country due to easy availability of slag from steel plants. Utilisation of High Silica Low Grade Limestone Various feasible dry beneficiation techniques and alternate cement production by using low grade high silica limestone are discussed in this article by HKN Bhattacharjee and GC Mishra of AKS University, Satna (Madhya Pradesh), India. Sustainability Matrix: Monomer Case Located in the remote Pilbara region of northwestern Australia, SINO iron ore project is the largest monomer mining project in Australia to be invested by China. Hoping for revival After positive judicial interventions in mining activity, things are getting back to normal for mining equipment industry, even as greenfield projects are hard to come by. “Lease financing is still at a nascent stage” - Partha Mookherjee, Head – Mining Equipment Business, Larsen & Toubro Limited

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