Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook: Metals, minerals, and fuels 1972
Year 1972, Volume 1 (1972)
Clifton, Robert A.
Asbestos, pp. 169-180 PDF (956.2 KB)
178 MINERALS YEARBOOK, 1972 30 10 15 — ~ Canada 0 1961 Figure 1.—National apparent consumption trends. 19 5 z 0 Io25 0 0 a. Cl) 0 ICl) Cl) 4 0 -J 0 Li. 0 LU CD z LU C, LU a. the Nordenheim plant are being used to make a marketable nonfired brick of good quality. 3. Abitibi Asbestos Mining Co., Ltd., has sold an 18% interest in its Amos, Quebec, deposit to Brinco, Ltd., which has an option on a further 33%. The $2 million advanced by Brinco is being used to provide a 35-ton-per-day mill for pilot studies. 4. Pan Ocean Oil Corp. is negotiating with Pathfinder Resources Ltd. over the possible development of an asbestos ore body in Cleveland Township, Quebec. 5. Allied Mining Corp. is planning a merger with United Asbestos Corp. to fur- ther the production plans for their Midlothian Township, Ontario, asbestos deposit. New Zealand.—Kennecott Exploration Ltd., the New Zealand subsidiary of the U.S. company, has reportedly discovered a large asbestos property at Red Hills in West Otago on South Island. Rhodesia Southern.—Undaunted by strikes early in the year, the Rhodesian and General Asbestos Corp. spent 25 million rand replacing the mill at their King mine. The first asbestos in several years was shipped to the United States. Sudan.—A United Nations Development
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