Ammonia Week in Review | December 4, 2020


Ammonia leaks for three hours after a power outage in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Anhydrous Ammonia and Nitric Oxide Leak for Hours from Ascend after Power Outage, FDEP says – An unknown amount of anhydrous ammonia and nitric oxide were released into the air at the Ascend Performance Materials plant in Gonzalez following a power outage. […keep reading]

Burns Rink Evacuated by Ammonia Leak – An ammonia leak at an Arlington ice rink Friday, Nov. 20, was caused by a faulty oil line to a compressor, Fire Chief Kevin Kelley reported Nov. 21. […keep reading]

Update: 2 Injured after Accident at Kan. Tyson Facility – We’re investigating an ammonia leak that happened Friday morning at our Hutchinson, Kansas facility. […keep reading]

Cooling in 2021: RETA to Expand NatRef Training Programs – U.S. trade group trains and certifies technicians working with ammonia and CO2 in industrial refrigeration. […keep reading]

High Ammonia to Impact Water Supply in Delhi – After a respite of four weeks, the ammonia levels in the Yamuna have once again started rising. […keep reading]

SAWS Crews Test for Ammonia after Sewer Spill Flows into San Antonio River – A caller reported the ruptured 30-inch sewer main in brush near 8510 Mission Parkway around 1 p.m. Sunday. […keep reading]

Plan to Save Coal Plants Needs Millions of Tons of Ammonia – To keep coal-fired power plants running in an era of lower emissions, Japan’s top electricity producer aims to dilute the fossil fuel with ammonia. […keep reading]

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