Vaughn Boyman, Rick and Dan Tabish

From left, Vaughn Boyman, engineer, Rick Tabish, consultant, and Dan Tabish, engineer, are pictured recently in front of the machine that will test turning Anaconda slag into proppant, a tool for the fracking industry. The pilot project, based in Butte, is set to get going this week.


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