Ammonia Week in Review | November 1, 2019


A leak from a 12,000 gal ammonia tank displaces six residents in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Weekend Anhydrous Ammonia Leak Displaces Six – “They had three 12,000 gallon tanks of anhydrous ammonia,” said Fire Prevention Division Chief for the Peoria Fire Department, Stan Taylor. […keep reading]

Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (IIAR 6, Part 6) – ANSI/IIAR 6-2019 §5.1 lays out the foundational requirements of an ITM Program. […keep reading]

Hazmat, Ambulance Response at Oxnard Facility after Possible Ammonia Leak – The incident was reported at 5 p.m. at 1051 Pacific Ave., at the Gills Onions facility, according to Ventura County Fire dispatch information. […keep reading]

Iola Candy Plant Cited by OSHA – The Russell Stover candy plant in Iola, Kansas is facing a proposed 13 thousand dollar fine from OSHA. […keep reading]

Sainsbury’s Distribution Center Boosts Efficiency with Ammonia Absorption – The Pineham DC uses exhaust waste heat from electrical generation to drive an ammonia-absorption refrigeration cycle, part of a flooded ammonia system. […keep reading]

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