Vitreous enameling—the fusing of a thin layer of glass to a metal base—is virtually impossible to achieve on large areas unless the glass has a high (up to 25%) boric oxide content. Learn how manufacturers are rediscovering the versatility of this virtuous process.
Legendary comedian and “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno gets behind the wheel of a 240-ton haul truck at U.S. Borax’s mining operation in the January 25 episode of “Jay Leno’s Garage,” which airs Thursdays on CNBC.
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 U.S. Borax as their guides, they tap into the area’s rich history of mining and gain real-world experience along the way.
Sustainable development is not about leaving our planet's resources untouched. It is about economic development meeting the needs of the present generation but without undermining the capacity of future generations to meet theirs.
U.S. Borax mining and refining operations have long been extremely thrifty by industrial standards when it comes to the use of water.
Ten East Kern County nonprofit organizations were awarded $25,000 in grants during the Borax Visitor Center Foundation’s annual luncheon on May 17.
Rio Tinto Borates kicked off its 145-year anniversary celebration in style, with the 20 Mule Team riding in the 2017 Rose Parade on January 2 in Pasadena, California, USA.
Rio Tinto Borates (RTB) has joined an ongoing partnership between the “Cocoa Care” program of PT Community Solutions International and the International Plant Nutrition Institute – Southeast Asia Program (IPNI SEAP) to support sustainable development of smallholder cocoa farming in Indonesia.
Quando se trata de suas lavouras, os agricultores estão continuamente avaliando maneiras de aumentar produtividade e qualidade. A adição de boro ao solo é muitas vezes a resposta.
When it comes to their crops, farmers and growers are continually assessing ways to increase both yield and quality. Adding boron to the soil is often the answer.