As seen from the Salt Air Recreational area near the Great Salt Lake. Steam rising from the lower right is from cooling Kress pots filled with molten S Slag and on the lower left you can see more steam rising from the water cooling baths that circulate thru the water jacketed temperature control system in the walls and ceilings of the smelting and concentrate furnaces. Temperature control of the entire smelting process is critical to a successful operation. Escaping the stack are hot steam emissions originating from all around the plant which have undergone extensive scrubbing and cleansing operations to keep pollution well within local, state and federal requirements. This image is artistically rendered.