Ammonia Week in Review | October 4, 2019

October 4th, 2019 | , ,


A ship with an ammonia tank on board is intentionally sunk in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Fire Rages on Russian Ship with Ammonia Tank and 200,000 Litres of Diesel Oil Inside – A moored Russian trawler in Norway has been capsized in an attempt to stop the ship from exploding after a fire aboard the vessel continued to burn for a second day. […keep reading]

Ammonia Leak at Sea Watch International – Airpark Drive in Easton was closed off or partially closed most of the morning and into the afternoon Saturday, Sept. 28, while HAZMAT teams tried to contain a leak from a 9,000-pound ammonia tank at Sea Watch International, 8978 Glebe Park Drive. […keep reading]

Definitions (IIAR 6, Part 4) – Words matter. Consequently, ANSI/IIAR 6-2019 has introduced thirty-one new definitions in Chapter 2. […keep reading]

Australian Ammonia Emergency Training Wins Commissioner’s Award – A year after first launching, Australia’s only nationally accredited ammonia training program is going strong, winning awards and running its fifth training session in October. […keep reading]


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