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Jaw Crusher

As a classic primary crusher with stable performances, Jaw Crusher is widely used to crush metallic and non-metallic ores as well as building aggregates or to make artificial sand.

Input Size: 0-1020mm
Capacity: 45-800TPH

Materials:
Granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, pebble, copper ore, iron ore

Application:
Jaw crusher is widely used in various materials processing of mining &construction industries, such as it is suit for crushing granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, cobble, iron ore, copper ore, and some other mineral &rocks.

Features:
1. Simple structure, easy maintenance;
2. Stable performance, high capacity;
3. Even final particles and high crushing ratio;
4. Adopt advanced manufacturing technique and high-end materials;

Technical Specs

dnr approves frac sand

DNR Staff Felt Pressure To Approve Wetland Fill For Frac

Apr 06, 2018 A two-year battle to build a frac sand plant on 16 acres of rare wetlands in Monroe County is coming to a head this spring. A judge will decide if the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources followed the law when it approved the project last

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DNR Staff Felt Pressure To Approve Wetland Fill For Frac

Emails Show Frustration Over Lack Of Information From Company And Tight Deadlines Set By DNR Administration (WPR)---A two-year battle to build a frac sand plant on 16 acres of rare wetlands in Monroe County is coming to a head this spring. A judge will decide if the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources followed the law when it approved

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Wisconsin DNR approves frac sand-related permit Local

Wisconsin DNR approves frac sand-related permit The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has approved a permit application to change the

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Frac sand mine permit approved by DNR KBIA

Missouri’s Department of Natural Resources approved the permit for a 73-acre frac sand mine in Ste. Genevieve County Thursday. The department also denied a request for an official hearing on the proposed mine owned by Summit Proppants.

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Industrial sand mining overview Wisconsin DNR

Wisconsin has high-quality sand resources and, as a result, the DNR has seen a substantial rise in permit requests to the department to mine industrial sand. Industrial sand is sometimes called "frac" sand or silica sand. Aerial view of an industrial sand mine in Wisconsin. The

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DNR concedes its rules are faulty, then allows more frac

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources let the rules lapse in March because they weren't adequately preventing pollution. DNR concedes its rules are faulty, then allows more frac sand

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DNR board unanimously approves rules raising mining costs

Jan 28, 2021 Frac sand producer Covia files for bankruptcy; $1B cost reduction plan proposed Jul 1, 2020 Covia, which owns permitted mines and plants in Columbia, Dunn, Monroe, Pierce and Waupaca counties, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, saying a restructuring plan negotiated with lenders will eliminate more than $1 billion in fixed costs.

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Frac sand mine permit approved by DNR KBIA

Missouri’s Department of Natural Resources approved the permit for a 73-acre frac sand mine in Ste. Genevieve County Thursday. The department also denied a request for an official hearing on the proposed mine owned by Summit Proppants.

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Legislature to require DNR approval for frac sand mining

An environment budget bill passed by the Legislature Saturday night will require companies that want to mine frac sand to get approval from the Department of Natural Resources. Minnesota Public Radio reports that the new legislation stops short of what some were seeking.

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DNR concedes its rules are faulty, then allows more frac

Over the last four years the DNR has approved more than 200 sand mining operations under a 2009 non-metallic mining permit that was designed to prevent pollution from gravel pits, not the

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DNR concedes its rules are faulty, then allows more frac

Dec 17, 2014 Over the last four years the DNR has approved more than 200 sand mining operations under a 2009 non-metallic mining permit that was designed to prevent pollution from gravel pits, not the sprawling sand extraction operations that each day ship hundreds of rail cars of silica sand to natural gas and oil drilling sites.

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Groups ask EPA to object to DNR approval of frac sand

As written, the DNR -approved air permit violates the Clean Air Act and may allow the mining operation to violate National Ambient Air Quality Standards. “The DNR is ignoring the presence and cumulative impacts of fine particulate matter from facilities including frac sand mines under its new policy,” said MEA staff attorney Sarah Geers.

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DNR staff felt pressure to approve wetland fill for frac

A two-year battle to build a frac sand plant on 16 acres or rare wetlands in Monroe County is coming to a head this spring. A judge will decide if the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

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Wisconsin approves new frac sand mines despite expired

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources continues to let new frac-sand mines open, even though the agency’s environmental regulations expired nine months ago. The Wisconsin State Journal said over 200 non-metallic silica sand mines were approved under a now-expired 2009 permit.

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DNR Reworks Frac Sand Mining Permits Wisconsin Public Radio

Apr 11, 2016 The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is drafting a new general wastewater permit for frac sand mines and processing facilities, saying the most recent existing permit, which expired in 2014, wasn’t designed for large-scale mining and didn't track what companies are adding to their wastewater.. That permit covers everything from gravel pits to 1,000-acre frac sand operations.

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Thursday State News Briefs: DNR has no plans to regulate

MADISON DNR officials say they have no plans to propose statewide limits on mining a special type of sand that makes it easier to drill for oil-and-gas. They told the Natural Resources Board yesterday that current regulations on frac-sand mining are enough to protect public health.

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DNR and Silica Sand Minnesota DNR

Overview. The DNR is committed to work with citizens to conserve and manage the state’s natural resources. Over the past several years, there has been concern about the human health and environmental impacts of silica sand mining, processing, and transportation in Minnesota.

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Lawmaker calls for eight more DNR employees to monitor

A lawmaker from the county with the highest number of frac sand mining operations is calling on the state to beef up the number of state employees assigned to regulating

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DNR approves portion of sand mine project rejected by

AllEnergy, in a press release, noted that the DNR approval concluded a stringent permit review process and “marks the latest victory for community proponents of a state-of-the-art sand-mining operation that would bring jobs, tax revenue and millions of dollars in charitable investment to

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Outstanding decision! MN Supremes Bluestem Prairie

Mar 11, 2020 The DNR is directed to do extensive water studies of any frac sand mine located near a trout stream. The Environmental Quality Board (EQB) was asked to assemble a silica sand technical assistance team to provide local governments with assistance with ordinance development, zoning, environmental review and permitting, and other issues related to

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Locations of industrial sand mines and Wisconsin DNR

The Air Management Data Viewer (AMDV) is the DNR's web-based mapping application that provides information about air permitted facilities, facility emissions and air quality monitoring sites in Wisconsin. It also displays information about active industrial sand mines and processing plants in Wisconsin.

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DNR concedes its rules are faulty, then allows more frac

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources let the rules lapse in March because they weren't adequately preventing pollution. DNR concedes its rules are faulty, then allows more frac sand

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DNR sets trout stream rules for sand mines Local

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has completed the rules for a new permit required for proposed frac sand mines within one mile of a designated trout stream.

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Carney: Joe Biden's Energy Plan Would Eviscerate Wisconsin

Oct 23, 2020 Industrial sand is sometimes called ‘frac’ sand or silica sand,” the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources explains. Sand mining has attracted billions of dollars of investment into western Wisconsin and created thousands of good-paying jobs. According to the Wall Street Journal, the frac sand jobs had “starting wages that were $5

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Wisconsin approves new frac sand mines despite expired

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources continues to let new frac-sand mines open, even though the agency’s environmental regulations expired nine months ago. The Wisconsin State Journal said over 200 non-metallic silica sand mines were approved under a now-expired 2009 permit.

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Lawmaker calls for eight more DNR employees to monitor

A lawmaker from the county with the highest number of frac sand mining operations is calling on the state to beef up the number of state employees assigned to regulating

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Opponents of sand mining project sue Wisconsin DNR over

Jun 20, 2017 RELATED:Supreme Court votes 4-3 to deny frac sand mining in western Wisconsin. The DNR approved plans by the company to destroy 16.25 acres of wetlands, including 13.37 acres of

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Thursday State News Briefs: DNR has no plans to regulate

MADISON DNR officials say they have no plans to propose statewide limits on mining a special type of sand that makes it easier to drill for oil-and-gas. They told the Natural Resources Board yesterday that current regulations on frac-sand mining are enough to protect public health.

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DNR Natural Resources Commission approves 2021 deer

Natural Resources Commission approves 2021 deer hunting regulations Contact: Chad Stewart, 517-282-4810 General inquiries: DNR Wildlife Division main line, 517-284-9453 Agency:. Natural Resources

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DNR to take fresh look at sand mining regulations

Jan 28, 2015 The Natural Resources Board voted 7-0 in Madison on Wednesday to begin work on a "strategic analysis" of industrial sand mining and whether the industry is being properly regulated.

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Locations of industrial sand mines and Wisconsin DNR

The Air Management Data Viewer (AMDV) is the DNR's web-based mapping application that provides information about air permitted facilities, facility emissions and air quality monitoring sites in Wisconsin. It also displays information about active industrial sand mines and processing plants in Wisconsin.

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Sand mine given green light by DNR Local News

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources Land Reclamation Commission issued the final operating permit to Summit Proppants Inc. on Thursday. Summit can now begin mining frac sand

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Wisconsin DNR to review wetland permit for Monroe County

Wisconsin’s environmental protection agency has agreed to reconsider whether to let a Georgia investment company fill Monroe County wetlands for a frac sand processing site.

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Frac sand update: DNR requires Erickson Mine to cease

While the Erickson silica sand mine was granted a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) by the Houston County Board last month, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has determined that the operation's permit had lapsed. Because of that lapse, the operation will be required to apply for a trout stream setback permit as required by the frac sand compromise legislation passed by the Minnesota

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Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Industrial

Oct 01, 2016 The demand for industrial sand has increased significantly since 2008. Wisconsin has areas that contain high quality silica sands desirable for use in the extraction of petroleum and natural gas in other parts of the country. Industrial sand mining operations in Wisconsin are primarily located in the west central part of the state.

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