Thursday, May 17, 2012

Arizona copper industry honored

The American Copper Council is holding its annual meeting at the Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix this week. The American Copper Council is a " not-for-profit trade association representing all segments of the copper industry. Incorporated in 1975, the Council's 120 member companies include producers, scrap dealers, brass and wire mills, fabricators, consumers, merchants and brokers."

At last night's Copper Club banquet,  the Ankh Award for "Copper Persons of the Year" went to the men and women of Arizona's copper mining industry, which was accepted by Governor Jan Brewer, the evening’s keynote speaker.

May 13-19 is also the first International Copper Week.

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