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

Marble Slurry Waste Deposits In Rajasthan

Effect of marble slurry as a partial substitution of

Sep 13, 2020 Marble stone is the mostly quarried stone in Rajasthan for its high demand in India and abroad. This quarrying resulted in the generation of waste in a slurry form which was dumped in the nearby landfill sites resulted in a detrimental effect on the get price

Author: Sumit Parmar, Sourav Kumar Das

A New Technology of Marble Slurry Waste Utilization in

Key Words: Marble slurry dust (MSD). Mortar. Building works. 1. INTRODUCTION The ever increasing popularity of the marbles of Rajasthan, growing demand for finished and unfinished products, discovery of new marble deposits and growing private and public supports have led to a significant growth in Marble Industry of this State.get price

ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS DUE TO MARBLE SLURRY DISPOSAL

The slurry waste is approximately in the range of 20% of the total marble handled. The amount of marble slurry generated in Rajasthan every year is very substantial being in the range of 5-6get price

A REIA STUDY OF MARBLE MINING ACTIVITIES IN DISTRICT

Rajasthan, a mining hub, has the second largest mineral reserves in the country. It produces 42 varieties of major minerals and 23 minor varieties. Rajasthan mines marble slurry and municipal waste dumps is suggested to . EQA Environmental quality / Qualité de l’Environnement / Qualità ambientale, 20 (2016) 49-55get price

Pollution board proposes recycle of marble slurry to

Dec 18, 2014 The marble reserves in India are estimated at 1,200 million tons, with Rajasthan accounting for 91% of the reserves. Nearly 70% of it is wasted for want of superior technology of mining, processing and polishing marble. The processing waste dumped on the river beds is threatening the porosity of aquifer zones. Facebook Twitter Linkedin EMailget price

Tara Technology and Action for Rural Advancement

The major marble sludge producing areas in Rajasthan are in the districts of Udaipur, Rajsamand, Banswara, Dungarpur, Jaipur Sirohi, Bhilwara, Ajmer, Bundi, Alwar and Pali.get price

Cost of marble Down to Earth

Jun 30, 2014 The air was filled with dust from the marble mine waste. The only lake in the village was a slurry of marble waste and there was no water to drink. So the 25-year-old, who belongs to Bhil Meena community, a scheduled tribe, entered the compound of Karni Marble Mines.get price

Utilization of “Marble Slurry In Cement Concrete Replacing

Marble Slurry is a suspension of marble fines in water, generated during processing and polishing, etc. Environmental Hazards due to waste. It is shaping to major threat of the Environment in the state by mining and processing activities.get price

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(PDF) ADVERSE EFFECTS OF MINING IN THE ARAVALLIS AND THE

This slurry, wet marble dust is fast spreading over farmlands over the 90 km stretch of Programme, that while India's life expectancy rate is around 65 years, in the mining areas of Rajasthan, it is only 45 years. This is because dangerous diseases such as TB and silicosis are of frequent occurrence in these areas.get price

Sustainable use of marble slurry in concrete ScienceDirect

May 01, 2015 India accounts for about 10% of marble produced globally. India is the third largest producer of marble in the world (Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mines, Republic of Tunisia, 2014) with Rajasthan contributing at 85% to this quantity (Department of Mines and Geology, Rajasthan, 2001). After mining, marble is cut into the desired shape.get price

Effect of marble slurry as a partial substitution of

Sep 13, 2020 Marble stone is the mostly quarried stone in Rajasthan for its high demand in India and abroad. This quarrying resulted in the generation of waste in a slurry form which was dumped in the nearby landfill sites resulted in a detrimental effect on the get price

A New Technology of Marble Slurry Waste Utilization in

Key Words: Marble slurry dust (MSD). Mortar. Building works. 1. INTRODUCTION The ever increasing popularity of the marbles of Rajasthan, growing demand for finished and unfinished products, discovery of new marble deposits and growing private and public supports have led to a significant growth in Marble Industry of this State.get price

Pollution board proposes recycle of marble slurry to

Dec 18, 2014 The marble reserves in India are estimated at 1,200 million tons, with Rajasthan accounting for 91% of the reserves. Nearly 70% of it is wasted for want of superior technology of mining, processing and polishing marble. The processing waste dumped on the river beds is threatening the porosity of aquifer zones. Facebook Twitter Linkedin EMailget price

Tara Technology and Action for Rural Advancement

The major marble sludge producing areas in Rajasthan are in the districts of Udaipur, Rajsamand, Banswara, Dungarpur, Jaipur Sirohi, Bhilwara, Ajmer, Bundi, Alwar and Pali.get price

Strength and Durability Properties of Kota Stone Slurry

India are estimated at 1,200 million tons, with Rajasthan accounting for 91% of the reserves. Marble slurry is a processing and polishing waste of mining industry. Its huge quantity is dumped on any empty land, agricultural fields, pasture lands, river beds and roadsides. The present dumping practices haveget price

International Research Journal of Engineering and

Tons of slurry every year.There are 3600 marble quarries in Rajasthan from which 350 quarries are fully mechanized. Makrana (27°02’25”N Latitude,74°43’44”E Longitude) is situated at the eastern margin of the thar desert and has ancient marble mining history .Makrana marble is formed due to Metamorphism. It content 98% CaCO 3 and only 2%get price

Cost of marble Down to Earth

Jun 30, 2014 The air was filled with dust from the marble mine waste. The only lake in the village was a slurry of marble waste and there was no water to drink. So the 25-year-old, who belongs to Bhil Meena community, a scheduled tribe, entered the compound of Karni Marble Mines.get price

Solid wastes generation in India and their recycling

Jun 01, 2007 There are about 4000 marble mines in Rajasthan and about 70% of the processing wastes is being disposed locally,,. The marble dust is usually dumped on the riverbeds and this possesses a major environmental concern. In dry season, the marble powder/dust dangles in the air, flies and deposits on vegetation and crop.get price

Impact of marble waste as coarse aggregate on properties

Jun 01, 2016 Rajasthan has around 4000 marble mines and about 1100 marble gang saws (processing plants). The industry involves mines, processing plants, cutters for the production of tiles for walls and floors, household articles. The industries produce a lot of waste of marble in the form of powder/slurry and pieces of irregular size of stones.get price

[PDF] A new technology of marble slurry waste utilisation

Marble slurry dust (MSD, a waste of marble industry, finds bulk utilization potential in roads. This study indicates that besides embankment construction with this waste, 20-30% of soil can be replaced by MSD for sub-grade preparation. Technology has been validated by taking full scale trials in the field.get price

WHITE WASHING WITH MARBLE SLURRY research journal

Dec 03, 2018 RP Singh Kushwah “Solid Waste Engineering with Reference to Industrial Marble Waste of Rajasthan” Volume III, Issue V, May 2014 IJLTEMAS ISSN 2278 2540 Kushwah al. ‘Utilization of Marble Slurry in Cement Concrete Replacing Fine Aggregate’ Scholar, SGV University Jaipur (India) American Journal of Engineering research (AJER) e-ISSNget price

Reuse marble slurry, says pollution board Jaipur News

Aug 30, 2011 RSPCB showed PWD the research papers on reuse of marble slurry in road-making, said a source. The state has around 4,000 marble mines and 1,100 marble processing units spread over 16 districts that generate five to six million tons of marble dust in the form of marble slurry during processing and slabing of marble stones.get price

Kishangarh Experiencing “Snow” in Rajasthan Ticker

Mar 02, 2019 With all the cutting of marble that goes on in Kishangarh, the locals were starting to face a rising problem of the accumulated waste. As a result, the local association along with various governing bodies came together in 2005 and developed an area for disposing of the marble slurry properly.get price

(PDF) Scientific Disposal system of Marble Slurry for

In the mining and processing activities near about one thousand Gang saws and thousands of cutters are creating 1.5-2.0 million tons of marble waste i.e. marble slurry. This Marble waste is indestructible waste and harmful to common man, Animals and also to the Vegetation creating aesthetic problems.get price

Effect of marble slurry as a partial substitution of

Sep 13, 2020 Marble stone is the mostly quarried stone in Rajasthan for its high demand in India and abroad. This quarrying resulted in the generation of waste in a slurry form which was dumped in the nearby landfill sites resulted in a detrimental effect on the get price

WHITE WASHING WITH MARBLE SLURRY research journal

Dec 03, 2018 RP Singh Kushwah “Solid Waste Engineering with Reference to Industrial Marble Waste of Rajasthan” Volume III, Issue V, May 2014 IJLTEMAS ISSN 2278 2540 Kushwah al. ‘Utilization of Marble Slurry in Cement Concrete Replacing Fine Aggregate’ Scholar, SGV University Jaipur (India) American Journal of Engineering research (AJER) e-ISSNget price

Pollution board proposes recycle of marble slurry to

Dec 19, 2014 The marble reserves in India are estimated at 1,200 million tons, with Rajasthan accounting for 91% of the reserves. Nearly 70% of it is wasted for want of superior technology of mining, processing and polishing marble. The processing waste dumped on the river beds is threatening the porosity of aquifer zones.get price

Dimensional Stone Waste Characterization in Rajasthan and

slurry waste. I. INTRODUCTION Rajasthan is located in northwestern part of India having an area of 3,42,249 sq. kms. making it largest mining waste, slurry waste and limestone dust to study B., 2009, marble and granite waste material was successfully used to replace clay material, result showed that up to 50% replacementget price

PS Group: Finding solution to marble slurry menace of

Nov 15, 2017 In a recent judgment passed by the Rajasthan High Court, Chief Justice Arun Mishra said: “There are 250 marble processing units in the Sukher industrial area and they are dumping about 70 tones of slurry daily as a result of which about 700×500 meters of the valley has been ruined.” Marble slurry dumping yardget price

1 ENGINEERING UTILIZATION OF MARBLE SLURRY

Marble slurry is a processing and polishing waste of marble mining industry. Its huge quantity of the order of 20% out of mined resources is dumped on any empty land, agricultural fields, pasture lands, river beds and road sides. The present dumpingget price

Kota stone slurry problem and possible solutions

Apr 11, 2015 According to international Journal of Engineering sciences and research teachnology the mining and processing activities of marble in Rajasthan alone is produching about 50,00,000 Mt of marble slurry in a year out of 1.5 to 2.0 million tones of total waste generated out of marble mining in the state.get price

(PDF) Scientific Disposal system of Marble Slurry for

In the mining and processing activities near about one thousand Gang saws and thousands of cutters are creating 1.5-2.0 million tons of marble waste i.e. marble slurry. This Marble waste is indestructible waste and harmful to common man, Animals and also to the Vegetation creating aesthetic problems.get price

A new technology of marble slurry waste utilisation in roads

Marble slurry dust (MSD, a waste of marble industry, finds bulk utilization potential in roads. This study indicates that besides embankment construction with this waste, 20-30% of soil can be replaced by MSD for sub-grade preparation. T echnology has been validated by taking full scale trials in the field.get price

[PDF] A new technology of marble slurry waste utilisation

Marble slurry dust (MSD, a waste of marble industry, finds bulk utilization potential in roads. This study indicates that besides embankment construction with this waste, 20-30% of soil can be replaced by MSD for sub-grade preparation. Technology has been validated by taking full scale trials in the field.get price

STARTUP POLICY Rajasthan

Rajasthan State has large potential to convert waste into energy/ useful product. illions of tonM s of marble slurry, kota stone slurry, municipal solid waste, E-waste and industrial waste especially from units like smelters are disposed of, on land fill site causing environmental issues.get price

Mine wastes management Mining and Blasting

(radioactive wastes, marble slurry, etc.). Some of key wastes generated from the industry are discussed in detail in the following section. 4.5.1. Waste rock Mining operations generate two types of waste rock overburden10 and mine development rock. Overburden results from the development of surface mines, while mine development rock is a by-get price

Hybrid Building Materials and Manufacturing CSIR-AMPRI

  The marble reserve in Rajasthan found in various colors and shades. Rajasthan possesses around 1,100 million tones of reserves of superior quality in 20 districts of the State leading largest in the country. Marble waste slurry is produced at almost every operation and it has been disposed off nearby area.get price

A REIA Study of Marble Mining Activities in District

Conventional and unscientific mining poses severe threat to life, public property and continuation of mining in the area. Incompatible land uses, huge waste dumps and large scale land transformation have resulted in land degradation, ponding, flooding, water contamination and health hazards in Makrana mining area. Segregation of dumps, compatible land use, research and development activity forget price

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