Ammonia Week in Review | January 4, 2019

January 4th, 2019 | , , ,


An ammonia release affects Greater Manchester in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Ammonia Leak Triggers Hazmat Alert in Greater Manchester – A massive ammonia leak had affected hundreds of residents in the community of Salford on Wednesday night, according to the city’s fire service. The leak, which the service said originated from a local factory, triggered a hazmat (hazardous material) operation. […keep reading]

Anhydrous Ammonia Leak Cleared in George County – Roads are back open after a rail car leaked anhydrous ammonia into the air Thursday morning in George County. […keep reading]

Global HFC Phasedown Comes into Effect – The global HFC phasedown under the Montreal Protocol came into effect on 1 January with the entry into force of the treaty’s Kigali Amendment. But two thirds of the signatories are yet to ratify the text. […keep reading]

UK Food Storage Company Puts Faith in Low-Charge Ammonia – Chesterfield-based cold storage firm Gist has installed low-charge ammonia chillers from Star Refrigeration. […keep reading]

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