The general principles of the law of nuisance1 apply to the use of land as a mine2 or quarry3, to the use of premises as part of a mine or quarry and to the operations, or the consequences of operations, carried on there. Examples of nuisance are the emission of dust4 or noxious fumes5, the discharge of effluents so as to pollute a river6, the creation of noise and vibration so as materially to interfere with comfort7, and the projection of debris by blasting8. The emission of smoke or fumes and the lack of proper fencing of abandoned and
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