Ammonia Week in Review | July 6, 2018

July 6th, 2018 | , ,


An ammonia leak at a poultry plant led to nine employees being hospitalized in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Beresfield Chicken Factory Ammonia Leak: Nine Workers Taken to Hospital – BAIADA, the poultry giant that owns Steggles, will conduct an internal investigation after an ammonia leak at its Beresfield chicken processing plant hospitalised nine workers on Friday. […keep reading]

HazMat Crews Called to Anhydrous Ammonia Leak in Clark County – Two workers advised that they had a significant leak from one of their tanks they use to spread fertilizer. A four-person decontamination crew was dispatched around 10:10 p.m. […keep reading]

Star Refrigeration Advocates Ammonia as a Compelling Solution at Eurammon Symposium 2018 – Dr. Rob Lamb, Star Refrigeration’s Group Sales and Marketing Director, is attending the Eurammon Symposium 2018 in Schaffhausen to promote ammonia chillers as the natural solution for moving away from environmentally harmful HFC gases. […keep reading]

Residents Able To Return Home After Ammonia Leak Prompted Evacuations – Police and firefighters say they suddenly smelled ammonia and it was so powerful that it “knocked them off their feet.” […keep reading]

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