Ammonia Week in Review | January 14, 2022

January 14th, 2022 | ,


A woman prays in an Ammonia polluted river in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

High Ammonia Levels in Yamuna Affecting Water Supply: DJB – High ammonia levels in the Yamuna due to discharge of pollutants from Haryana led to a 50 per cent reduction in production […keep reading]

Can Ammonia Pipes Be Welded to Their Supports? – We recently published a blog addressing various aspects of ANSI/IIAR 4-2020. […keep reading]

20 Employees at Seafood Unit Fall Sick Near Mangaluru; Ammonia Leakage Suspected – As many as 20 employees of a private seafood company have been hospitalized after a suspected chemical leakage was reported at the unit in Baikampady. […keep reading]

Gage County Officials Considering Anhydrous Ammonia Site – A new anhydrous ammonia site is being planned for Gage County that could reduce traffic and chemical risks in Beatrice. […keep reading]

Anhydrous Leak Controlled in Fort Dodge – The regional hazardous materials team of the Fort Dodge Fire Department worked for about two hours Thursday night to control a leak of anhydrous ammonia from a parked truck. […keep reading]


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