Ammonia Week in Review | August 5, 2022



OSHA Deals Out $110k Fine Following Ammonia Leak in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Ammonia Leak at Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. Facility Leads to Citations – In January 2022, an ammonia leak caused 50 workers to evacuate a Georgia poultry processing plant. According to a press release, two workers were hospitalized and one was treated on the scene. […keep reading]

Dead Fish Near SC Nuclear Fuel Site Were an Early Warning. Then Came the Spills and Accidents – Dead fish floated in a small pond near a nuclear fuel factory one day in 1980, raising concerns about the Columbia plant’s danger to the surrounding environment. […keep reading]

Live Ammonia Class and Drill Held at West Virginia State Fire Academy – The West Virginia State Fire Academy held an ammonia class and drill that involved a controlled release of live ammonia on Saturday. […keep reading]

Cameron: We Can’t Engineer Out the Toxicity of Ammonia – Ammonia is at the top of the list of the potential shipping fuels of the future, being a zero-carbon solution that can become economically viable. […keep reading]


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