Ammonia Week in Review | October 18, 2019


Trouble in paradise? A big leak in Cancun and more all in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Ammonia Leak in Cancun Ice Plant Sees Hundreds Evacuated – Personnel from the Directorate of Civil Protection in coordination with firefighters and police from Benito Juárez evicted hundreds from the area surrounding region 230 Wednesday after the report of an ammonia leak. […keep reading]

Resource Compliance Open House | November 22, 2019 – Please mark your calendars for our upcoming Resource Compliance Open House on Friday, November 22, 2019 from 11am – 2pm. […keep reading]

Ammonia Leak at Coca-Cola Plant Leads to Evacuations – Evacuations are underway as hazardous materials crews work to contain an ammonia leak at the Coca-Cola plant south of Nashville early Monday. […keep reading]

RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of IIAR Standards – Uriah Donaldson, Resource Compliance Process Safety Consultant, submitted a technical paper and gave two presentations at this year’s National RETA Conference in Las Vegas. […keep reading]

I-135 Reopens after Semi Hauling Ammonia Overturns at North Junction – The Kansas Highway Patrol says the semi was northbound on I-135 when the driver side front tire blew out. […keep reading]

Program Administration (IIAR 6, Part 5) – Who is responsible for implementing an IIAR 6 ITM Program at your facility? §4.1.1 speaks to that very question. […keep reading]

EPA Settles with Vons Chain Over Safety Violations – The company will pay a $168,043 civil penalty, according to EPA. […keep reading]

Agrium Inc. Fined after Failing to Report 2017 Ammonia Release at Carseland Plant – A Calgary-based company has pleaded guilty to failing to report a January 2017 ammonia release at its wholesale fertilizer manufacturing facility southeast of Calgary in a timely manner. […keep reading]

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