Utah Mining Association Seeks New President

The Utah Mining Association (UMA), Utah’s leading voice of the mining, mineral processing, and industry service members for 103 years, is searching for a new president. A qualified candidate will be a demonstrated leader with impeccable professional and personal conduct; have professional experience preferably with a trade association, in mining or mining related industries, or…

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Utah Mining Association Announces Leadership Changes

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   OCTOBER 31, 2018 Contact: Jocelyn Clark Phone: 801-364-1874/385-290-0692 Email: education@utahmining.org Utah Mining Association Announces Leadership Changes SALT LAKE CITY, UT— The Utah Mining Association announced today that Mark Compton, President, will depart from the Association on January 15, 2019 to pursue new leadership opportunities outside of the Association. A search for…

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Domestic Mineral Production Helps Maintain National Security

Minerals and metals are vital to maintaining our national security. Every year, the Department of Defense (DOD) uses about 750,000 tons of minerals such as beryllium, copper, lead, molybdenum, nickel, silver, yttrium, and zinc for many different defense technologies, including military gear such as night-vision goggles, high-performance jet engines, and surveillance applications. Lighter than aluminum…

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