State pledges hefty $112M toward plan to create specialty fertilizers on dry bed of Sevier Lake

An ambitious proposal to build 124,000 acres of solar-evaporation ponds in Millard County to produce specialty fertilizers could get up to $112.5 million in state financial assistance. Crystal Peaks Minerals Inc. would get the tax credit after it installs electric and natural-gas transmission lines, power substations and rail facilities, and after it improves roads to the dry bed of Sevier Lake, where the ponds are planned. The post-performance tax credit was approved May 19 by a Utah Office o...

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