Work to Clear Aftermath of Typhoon-15 Stepped Up in Komdok Mining Complex

Date: 08/09/2012 | Source: KCNA.co.jp (English) | Read original version at source

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Tanchon, September 8 (KCNA) -- The Komdok area has kicked off big efforts to clear the aftermath of typhoon-15 to resume the production.
Soldiers launched a rehabilitation drive and the Komdok Mining Complex and the Ryongyang Mine have put primary efforts into stabilizing the miners' living while repairing pits and machines and equipment and removing heaps of muck and mud.

Officials and workers of the complex cleared out in a few days over 20 000 cubic meters of debris and mud piled up inside Kumgol Railway Station.

The first-stage pumping station of the third dressing plant and pumping stations of the second dressing plant have been recovered and drainage operation is at its height.

The repair branch of the complex resumed the operation of the induction furnace, ensuring the production of parts for the repair and maintenance of damaged equipment.

The workers of the complex laid 6 000 cubic meters of earth on the road extending more than 4 km in districts Nos. 2 and 3, helping resume the traffic.

The Ryongyang Mine has fired up three light burning furnaces.

Thanks to the efforts of servicemen, officials and workers of the complex, the aftermath of the typhoon is being cleared and preparations are in progress for production.

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