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Iron Mining Association of Minnesota 324 West Superior Street, Suite 502 • Duluth, MN 55802 Email: [email protected] • Ph: 218-722-7724 • Fax: 218-720-6707 Minnesota Web Design by W.A. Fisher Co.

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Current Members Members help support our mission. The Iron Mining Association of

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Iron Mining Association of Minnesota Home Facebook

Iron Mining Association of Minnesota, Duluth, MN. 908 likes. Promoting an iron ore industry our communities, state and country can depend on today and into the future.

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Iron Mining Association Public/Nonprofits/Private

Iron Mining Association, Public/Nonprofits/Private Citizens. 324 West Superior Street, Duluth, MN 55802. (218) 722-7724

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Iron Mining Association Family, Community, and Civic

Iron Mining Association, Family, Community, and Civic Organizations, Mining Supplier. 324 West Superior Street, Duluth, MN 55802. (218) 722-7724

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Environmental impact of iron ore mining Wikipedia

Iron ore is rock containing enough iron content, and in sufficient volume and accessibility to mining and transportation to be able to be economically mined. Iron in ore iron is most commonly found in the form of magnetite (Fe3O4), hematite (Fe2O3), goethite (FeO(OH)), limonite (FeO(OH)·n(H2O)) or siderite (FeCO3). Roughly 98% of iron ore on the global market is used in iron and steel production. Common methods of extracting the iron ore consist of blasting, drilling, or general excavating, Most iro

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IRON MINING ASSOCIATION Mine mesabitribune

DULUTH — The forerunner of the Iron Mining Association — the Lake Superior Industrial Bureau — was formed in 1913 as a mining companies-only group. Well, the IMA isn’t your grandfather’s mining organization. The group now has 200 members, including all the mines producing and all those under construction, and a lot of vendors serving

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Iron Mining Association of Minnesota 324 West Superior Street Suite 502 • Duluth, MN 55802 Email: [email protected] • Ph: 218-722-7724 • Fax: 218-720-6707

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The Importance of Iron Mining Imagine LiFe without Iron

Everyday, in nearly every facet of life, we use products created by Minnesota’s iron mining industry. Unearthed on northeastern Minnesota’s Iron Range in 1884, iron mining has long-played, and continues to play, a vital role in every individual’s life.

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Mining risks: Coal, uranium, phosphate, bauxite, iron ore

Iron ore mining risks. Iron ore is a massive scale operation around the world, with iron ore being used in iron and steel production, which are important materials in many of the building we build and things we do. Mining companies and iron ore projects, like the other forms of mining, have been cleaned up in the past years and is today, much

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Overview of ferrous (iron) mining in Wisconsin Wisconsin DNR

By the mid-1800s there were iron mines operating in Dodge and Sauk counties, and by the turn of the century, iron was being mined in Jackson, Florence, Marinette, Iron and Ashland counties. Much of this early iron mining occurred in small, underground mines and was a major contributor to the cultural identity of these areas that still resonates

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Iron Ore Statistics and Information USGS

Iron ore is a mineral substance which, when heated in the presence of a reductant, will yield metallic iron (Fe). It almost always consists of iron oxides, the primary forms of which are magnetite (Fe 3 O 4) and hematite (Fe 2 O 3). Iron ore is the source of primary iron for the world's iron and steel industries.

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Iron Mining Association of Minnesota 324 West Superior Street Suite 502 • Duluth, MN 55802 Email: [email protected] • Ph: 218-722-7724 • Fax: 218-720-6707

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IRON MINING ASSOCIATION Mine mesabitribune

DULUTH — The forerunner of the Iron Mining Association — the Lake Superior Industrial Bureau — was formed in 1913 as a mining companies-only group. Well, the IMA isn’t your grandfather’s mining organization. The group now has 200 members, including all the mines producing and all those under construction, and a lot of vendors serving

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Mining of Iron Ores IspatGuru

Mar 14, 2014· The most predominant surface mining methods used for mining of iron ores are open pit mining methods and open cut mining methods. However a few underground iron ore mines are also in operation around the globe. The decision for employing surface mining or underground mining is dependent on the proximity of the ore body to the surface.

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New members join board of Iron Mining Association of MN

The Iron Mining Association of Minnesota (IMA)— the trade association that represents the largest industry in northeastern Minnesota, the state's iron mines and the companies that supply goods an

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How can metal mining impact the environment? American

Although the character of waste rock varies with the type of ore, many waste rocks contain sulfide minerals associated with metals, such as lead, zinc, copper, silver, or cadmium. An important sulfide mineral common in waste rock is pyrite, iron sulfide. When pyrite is exposed to air and water, it undergoes a chemical reaction called

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ICMM & Member associations

With the support of national, regional and commodity associations, ICMM is able to share our principles for sustainable development and best practice guidelines beyond our member companies. Association members sit on our associations coordination group and other committees. They meet twice a year to discuss common strategic issues and provide

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The Importance of Iron Mining Imagine LiFe without Iron

Everyday, in nearly every facet of life, we use products created by Minnesota’s iron mining industry. Unearthed on northeastern Minnesota’s Iron Range in 1884, iron mining has long-played, and continues to play, a vital role in every individual’s life.

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