Ammonia Week in Review | January 18, 2019


A poultry plant evacuates after an ammonia release in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Ammonia Leak Prompts Evacuation of Surrey Poultry Processing Facility – A portion of King George Boulevard was closed for several hours overnight, as crews investigated an ammonia leak. The incident happened at Sunrise Poultry on 73rd Avenue, just before 1 a.m. […keep reading]

5 Cars, Locomotive Derail at BNSF Rail Yard in Springfield – Lieutenant Curt Ringgold with the Springfield Police Department said Springfield firefighters wore hazmat suits upon approaching the scene to ensure no hazardous materials were leaking from the train cars. Ringgold said three of the cars were carrying Anhydrous Ammonia, while the fourth was carrying Ethylene Oxide or “something like that.” […keep reading]

2019 IIAR Conference – The 2019 IIAR Conference will be held March 3-6, 2019 in Phoenix, AZ. […keep reading]

2019 Bakersfield Central Valley Chemical Safety Day – Stop by Resource Compliance’s booth to say hello. We look forward to seeing you on February 14th. […keep reading]

2019 California CUPA Training Conference – Have you ever wondered what type of training the California CUPAs receive? If so, make plans to attend the 21st Annual CUPA Conference and see for yourself. […keep reading]

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