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Environmentalists happier with Great Salt Lake Minerals expansion changes

Sulfate of potash lines the bottom of evaporation ponds at Great Salt Lake Minerals Corp.’s facility outside of Ogden on Tuesday. The sulfate of potash is harvested by filling large ponds with water from Great Salt Lake and allowing it to evaporate out, leaving minerals behind. (BENJAMIN ZACK/Standard-Examiner)

Scott Schwebke
Apr 23 2013 - 11:52pm

OGDEN -- Great Salt Lake Minerals Corp. submitted a revised permit application Tuesday to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to expand its solar evaporation ponds in a move it maintains will have less adverse environmental impact than a 2009 proposal.GSL Minerals is the only U.S. producer of sulfate of potash, which is a specialty fertilizer used to...

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On Great Salt Lake, workers seek closure for missing boy's family

(KERA WILLIAMS/ Standard-Examiner) Great Salt Lake Assistant Park Manager Kent Cummings (at right) and Harbor Master Dave Shearer search an area called Eardley Spit for the body of 4-year old Corbin Anderson on the Great Salt Lake on Tuesday.

Scott Schwebke
May 8 2012 - 10:58pm

MAGNA -- Under a cloudless sky, Rescue 1 ambled from the Great Salt Lake Marina and roared toward Eardley Spit, a narrow speck of barren land jutting out from Stansbury Island. The smooth blueish-green water slapped against the aluminum hull of the 35-foot rescue boat as Dave Shearer, the marina's harbor master, opened the throttle, pushing the...

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Environmentalists happier with Great Salt Lake Minerals expansion changes

Sulfate of potash lines the bottom of evaporation ponds at Great Salt Lake Minerals Corp.’s facility outside of Ogden on Tuesday. The sulfate of potash is harvested by filling large ponds with water from Great Salt Lake and allowing it to evaporate out, leaving minerals behind. (BENJAMIN ZACK/Standard-Examiner)

Scott Schwebke
Apr 23 2013 - 11:52pm

OGDEN -- Great Salt Lake Minerals Corp. submitted a revised permit application Tuesday to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to expand its solar evaporation ponds in a move it maintains will have less adverse environmental impact than a 2009 proposal.GSL Minerals is the only U.S. producer of sulfate of potash, which is a specialty fertilizer used to...

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On Great Salt Lake, workers seek closure for missing boy's family

(KERA WILLIAMS/ Standard-Examiner) Great Salt Lake Assistant Park Manager Kent Cummings (at right) and Harbor Master Dave Shearer search an area called Eardley Spit for the body of 4-year old Corbin Anderson on the Great Salt Lake on Tuesday.

Scott Schwebke
May 8 2012 - 10:58pm

MAGNA -- Under a cloudless sky, Rescue 1 ambled from the Great Salt Lake Marina and roared toward Eardley Spit, a narrow speck of barren land jutting out from Stansbury Island. The smooth blueish-green water slapped against the aluminum hull of the 35-foot rescue boat as Dave Shearer, the marina's harbor master, opened the throttle, pushing the...

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