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BHP to host open house for potash facility

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World Fertilizer,


BHP will be holding a public open house to inform the community and interested parties about a potential potash export facility at the Port of Grays Harbor’s Terminal 3 in west Hoquiam.

The open house event will be held at the Hoquiam High School Commons, 501 W Emerson Avenue, Hoquiam, WA, on 14 September, with an overview presentation beginning at 5:30pm. Following the presentation, attendees will have the opportunity for questions and discussions at various stations with BHP representatives.

“Economic development and stimulating international trade are two of the Port of Grays Harbor’s top priorities and this project would bring significant economic opportunity to our community, resulting in private investment and job creation,” reported Port Commissioner Stan Pinnick. “This open house is a chance for the public to learn more about potash, the proposed export facility at Terminal 3 and the potential economic impacts from company officials. We encourage everyone interested in the project to join us in learning the facts and exploring this opportunity.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/materials-handling/06092017/bhp-to-host-open-house-for-potash-facility/

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