- published: 07 Mar 2011
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Thousands of Indonesians risk their lives to prospect for gold in makeshift mine shafts in the jungle of West Java. As well as risking their own safety when their cramped mine collapses, the locals pollute the environment with mercury and cyanide.
This video shows a environmentally-friendly method of gold recovery that can eliminate the use mercury in artisanal gold mining. It shows how gold recovery and incomes can be greatly improved while also saving the environment and protecting community health.
Now in a new location where the pump and gear being used is different, Chinese pumps and 5" PVC Piping, They are also using the incredibly inefficient wooden sluice boxes, set on far, far too great and angle and with water speed that just washes the gold away, There is little point to doing the work if you are just going to wash it away!
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Faldi Ismail, chief executive of Indonesian gold and copper miner Kalimantan Gold, said the company now has the balance sheet to fund a "very extensive drilling programme" to target its copper porphyry deposit. That has attracted the attention of major players, such as Freeport McMoRan, who are looking for "very large style projects".
illegal gold mine on road in kuta
Read accompanying article at New Mandala: asiapacific.anu.edu.au/newmandala/2015/07/16/the-gold-farmers/ UC Berkeley's Prof Nancy Lee Peluso has been researching natural resources politics in Indonesia since 1979. In these photographs she documents the searching for gold in unlicensed mines in West Kalimantan province. Dangerous, illegal, and environmentally destructive, smallholder mining nevertheless offers a shot at prosperity for marginalised rural people.
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This is a private homemade documentary to bring a little bit awareness to this topic, because if the situation will be left as it is, another paradise will be lost.
http://www.TravelsWithSheila.com A roadside stop to watch locals with "gold fever." Lombok is rich in gold, copper, silver and other ores creating a new wild west atmosphere. Find your secret lode. Haul back bags of rocks. Crush in the family tumblers and begin swirling (or what I refer to as "gold panning") in a mixture of water and mercury! They seem to disregard the carcinogenic properties of mercury possibly thinking the new riches are more important than future mercury poisoning. But what about all that mercury leaching into the groundwater? It was interesting to watch though...
Small-scale mining across Indonesia has grown sharply in the past decade, mirroring a rise in gold prices. The use of mercury and the destruction of sensitive habitat for critically endangered species are particular concerns. This story is available on mangabay.com (June 3, Pacific time).
SEARCHING, EXPLORE & Mining. When, sometime i try to suggest here the specific kind of areas. Where can, may interest and might find gold.
The Jasper Mine, located outside of Bouse, Arizona, consists of multiple mine openings scattered across the claim. The historic name of this mine is actually the Bouse Jasper Hematite. Jasper and Hematite pieces are found today in high-end collections and used as jewelry. The claim has Jasper and Hematite samples in abundance, in addition, some of the samples are shot with blue streaks of azurite and possible turquoise. Some samples can be found with galena silver streaks and azurite as well as the deep red from the jasper and the black of the hematite.