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Mary Beth Garrison

Mary Beth Garrison

Senior Advisor, Communities and Communications

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Mary Beth is the senior advisor for Communities and Communications at U.S. Borax in Boron, California. A 30-year resident of eastern Kern County, Mary Beth’s commitment to healthy, strong communities is highlighted by countless hours of public service including desert clean-up efforts, nonprofit fundraising, school educational programs and civic empowerment. She is the Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce 2017 Citizen of the Year.

Future Miners Get Real-World Experience with Rio Tinto Borates

:: Friday, December 8, 2017 :: Posted By Mary Beth Garrison

For one week each year, a group of students from The University of Utah’s Department of Mining Engineering embark on a journey to Death Valley. With experts from Rio Tinto Borates as their guides, they tap into the area’s rich history of mining and gain real-world experience along the way.

Using Less Water: Environmental Conservation in the Mojave Desert

:: Wednesday, August 16, 2017 :: Posted By Mary Beth Garrison
Using Less Water: Environmental Conservation in the Mojave Desert
Borax mining has always consumed less water than other industrial and mining processes. But U.S. Borax has a history of looking for creative ways to use even less of this precious resource.

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