E3S Web Conf.
Volume 123, 2019Ukrainian School of Mining Engineering - 2019
|Number of page(s)||17|
|Published online||22 October 2019|
Modern management tools for sustainable development of mining enterprises
1 Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design, Department of Management, 2 Nemyrovycha-Danchenka St., 01011 Kyiv, Ukraine
2 Institute of Technology and Business, 517/10 Okružní, 37001 Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
3 Kremenchuk Mykhailo Ostrohradskyi National University, Department of Accounting and Finance, 20 Pershotravneva St., 39600 Kremenchuk, Ukraine
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The production growth rates, the generated volumes of waste by classes of hazard, an extent of fuel and energy resources and fresh water used for coal mining, as well as the volumes of pollutant emissions into the atmosphere of Ukrainian mining enterprises have been analyzed. It has been found that achieving the decoupling (reduction of anthropogenic load) is only possible under the condition of introducing the cleaner production technologies, non-waste technologies, innovations, replacement of obsolete capital funds, and the like. Mere changes in points will not significantly affect the situation, thus, companies should develop their own approach to the sustainable development by using the frameworks as templates. The calculations have been made of the decoupling phenomenon based on the volumes of emission, the volumes of generated waste by classes of hazard and used fuel and water resources, which showed an increased anthropogenic environmental impact and economic imbalance of the mining sector. The research has been made into the use of frameworks as an auxiliary tool for the implementation by mining companies of sustainable development principles. The developed DPSIR framework, illustrated with examples from foreign experience, is conceptual in character and makes it possible to understand the cause and effect relationships of the enterprise activities impact, including mining companies, on the environment and the mechanisms of better response to the resulting consequences.
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