salable coal

salable coal

[′sāl·ə·bəl ′kōl]
(mining engineering)
Total output of a coal mine, less the tonnage rejected or consumed during preparation for market.
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In an interview chief executive officer (CEO), Mr Andre Boje said the mine has the capacity to produce 1.2 million tonnes of salable coal per annum, and that the number was likely to double to 2.4 million in the next year depending on the stability of the agreed market price.