Google+ Minnesota Iron - Iron Mining Everyday Use
 

Everyday Use

Every American born will need 27,416 pounds of iron in their lifetime. The iron mined from northeastern Minnesota, and around the world, is processed into steel, which makes up so many of the products, services, infrastructure and transportation methods that we use nearly every single day.

  • Vehicles
  • Appliances – refrigerators, washing machines, clothes dryers,
  • Bridges
  • Construction
  • Agriculture
  • Transportation – shipping, roads, buses, trains
  • Power generation – wind turbines, solar panels
  • Infrastructure
  • National Defense

Now, Imagine LiFe without iron.

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