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Continued: Collapse of St. Charles frac sand project causes split among investors

  • Article by: TONY KENNEDY , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 13, 2013 - 11:47 PM

In the next phase of his quest, Frick said, he will take pains to answer public questions while also emphasizing job creation and other economic benefits. The public is rightly concerned about health and environment risks because the industry is new, he said, but the facts are on the side of the industry.

“It’s just sand.” Frick said. “People are trying to make sand into a four-letter word.”

 

Tony Kennedy • 612-673-4213

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