India is a global player in coal mining, in order tosustain, it requires developing a Green miningtechnology. All mining operations in India involve continuous use of explosives, thereby generatinghigh noise level, vibration and shock and very highlevel of dust pollution. Today all-overs world minesare facing one of the major problems of dustpollutions which not only affects the health of theminers but also makes the condition quite explosivewhen the mine is degree-II or Degree-III in gassiness,The same concern has also been shown by The President of India in his Inaugural Address at the “19th World Mining Congress & Expo 2003, in New Delhi, India”. According to the Pocket Book of Labour Statistics 2006, Ministry of Labour, Government of India it has been found that number of industrial injuries in coal mines are much more than the total injuries of other mines. It is also observed that the fatalities rate is much higher in underground mines than that of open cast mines. Out of the many factors one of the major causes of the accident is the fire. This book deals with the feasibility study and development of waterjet cutting technology for Indian coal mines.