Discussion on Comprehensive Utilization and Ecological Management of Coal Gangue


  • Zhao Wang
  • Jing Wei




Coal Gangue; Comprehensive Utilization; Ecological Governance.


Coal production will continue to increase year by year, and the amount of waste discharged will also increase year by year. In addition, the amount of coal waste accumulated in the past is quite huge. In order to implement the concept of ecological civilization in the new era, reduce the atmospheric, water, and ecological environmental problems caused by the accumulation of coal gangue in the region, solve the safety and environmental risks of existing waste disposal sites, restore the ecological and environmental functions of waste disposal sites and surrounding areas, and improve the comprehensive utilization rate of coal gangue, in accordance with relevant policies such as environmental protection and resource comprehensive utilization, and the requirements for the construction of a "waste free city" in Shenmu City, Combining the actual needs of creating a "waste free enterprise". Therefore, the comprehensive utilization and ecological management of coal gangue has become an urgent and urgent social issue that needs to be studied and solved.


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How to Cite

Wang, Z., & Wei, J. (2023). Discussion on Comprehensive Utilization and Ecological Management of Coal Gangue. Frontiers in Sustainable Development, 3(11), 84–89. https://doi.org/10.54691/fsd.v3i11.5731