Ammonia Week in Review | January 22, 2021


Residents in the Philippines smell ammonia from an ice plant in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Residents Complain of Ammonia Leak from an Ice Plant in Navotas – An ammonia leak was reported at an ice plant in Navotas City late Wednesday evening, triggering complaints from the residents about a foul smell in their area. […keep reading]

What-If/Checklist Methodology (Part 7) – There are several PHA methodologies listed in the RMP, PSM, and CalARP regulations. […keep reading]

Online Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Training Program Launched – Certified Grower Training is now available on the Illinois Department of Agriculture website. […keep reading]

World’s First Ammonia Fuel-Ready Vessel being Built in China – The world’s first ammonia fuel-ready vessel is under construction for Greek shipowner Avin International at a Chinese shipyard. […keep reading]

NGT Directs Committee to Submit Report on Ammonia Gas Leak at IFFCO Plant in UP – The National Green Tribunal has formed a five-member expert committee and directed it to submit a report on the ammonia gas leak incident at IFFCO plant in Phulpur in Uttar Pradesh. […keep reading]

IIR Conference in Ohrid Postponed – Concerns over the coronavirus and its continuing impact on live events has led to the postponement of this year’s IIR CO2 and Ammonia Refrigeration Conference. […keep reading]

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