After working for years in mining operations and related processing jobs, a worker's body may begin to take in too much mineral dust. In particular, as the lungs collect coal dust from coal mining and coal processing, the body does not have a means to remove this material. As a result, this dust builds up over time, eventually damaging the lungs and causing serious health concerns. Known as coal worker's pneumoconiosis, CWP, or black lung, this condition may have serious consequences for a worker's health.

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