Ammonia Week in Review | March 12, 2021


A strip mall has to be evacuated after an ammonia leak in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Ammonia Leak at Waldorf Skating Rink Prompts Evacuations – About 50 people in a nearby strip mall had to be evacuated, firefighters said. […keep reading]

Ammonia Leak in Lucknow’s Cold Storage, 2 Dead – Two labourers died after an explosion in a pipeline which led to an ammonia gas leak a private cold storage in Itaunja area of the city late Saturday night. […keep reading]

Magellan Says It’s Not Obligated To Remove Ammonia Pipeline – Magellan Midstream Partners has told an Oklahoma federal court it should dismiss a landowner’s claims it is trespassing on his land by not removing an ammonia pipeline. […keep reading]

Carel Adds Ammonia Leak Detectors – The manufacturer’s new model is designed for industrial refrigeration and air conditioning in public spaces. […keep reading]

Fertiliser Industry Execs: ‘We See Ammonia as a Battery for Hydrogen’ – Ammonia has until now been used chiefly in the fertiliser industry as a way to return nitrogen to the soil. […keep reading]

Global Cold-Storage Operator Lineage Logistics ‘Committed to Natural Refrigerants’ – The highly efficient U.S-based company employs central ammonia systems as well as low-charge ammonia and transcritical CO2. […keep reading]

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