A piece of old “Mother Earth” from the Enviro Tech site at the Phillips County Slack Water Harbor was brought to Beth El Heritage Hall in Helena Tuesday for a special groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of Enviro Tech, Inc. U.S. Senator Mark Pryor was on hand for ceremony. Back in July, the company announced plans for a $4 million expansion at its facility and expects to add 40 jobs. Enviro tech manufactures an acid that is used to sanitize meat products. Dignitaries officially break ground.

A piece of old “Mother Earth” from the Enviro Tech site at the Phillips County Slack Water Harbor was brought to Beth El Heritage Hall in Helena Tuesday for a special groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of Enviro Tech, Inc. U.S. Senator Mark Pryor was on hand for ceremony. Back in July, the company announced plans for a $4 million expansion at its facility and expects to add 40 jobs. Enviro tech manufactures an acid that is used to sanitize meat products. Dignitaries officially break ground.