Desiccated algae found in a dustfall bucket shortly after the service provider had completed sample collection on the site. Image: Alan Cluett

By Alan Cluett (Pr. Sci. Nat.; FIQ; LMGSSA), founder of Cluett Consulting

Most surface mines in South Africa must conduct dustfall monitoring and reporting, either as a condition in their approved environmental management plan (EMP), or through a directive issued by an authority, or through an agreement with stakeholders. Whatever the reason, it must comply with the requirements published in GN 827 National Dust Control Regulations (1 November 2013).

Managing the non-event

By Alan Cluett and Colleen Cluett

This is the first in a series of short articles on environmental management that will feature in Quarry Southern Africa, which are targeted at operational management as well as CEOs, directors and shareholders of surface mining companies.

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