What is a person who works in a coal mine called?
what is the person who works in a coal mine called?
An occupational disease in one that is caused by the environmental and behavioral conditions at which place a person works. An example of this would be the coal mine workers, especially before modern safety precautions. The workers would breathe the coal dust and get something called black lung disease where their lungs got plugged up and caused health problems and even death.
The deepest coal mine in Europe is Jindřich II Mine in the Rosice-Oslavany coal basin, Czech Republic. The shaft of the mine reached 1550 m while the deepest level coal was mined at was at 1428.4 m. The mine was closed in 1991. It is probably the deepest coal mine in the world. Springhill Mine, near Springhill, Nova Scotia, Canada, is the deepest coal mine in North America. The greatest depth of the Springhill area…
Coal does not get refined. Oil gets refined, but coal gets used as it is when it comes out of the coal mine. There is a process called coal gassification by which natural gas can be made from coal, but that is not really a form of refining, and in any event, most coal is simply burned, it is not gassified.
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