Ammonia Week in Review | April 16, 2021


An ammonia release at sea kills one and injures three others in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Ammonia Leak on Tanker Kills One and Injures Three off Malaysia – Malaysian authorities responded to a call for medical assistance to an LPG tanker anchored offshore on April 6. […keep reading]

P&IDs and SOPs (Part 2) – RMP, PSM, and CalARP regulations require that operating procedures (SOPs) be developed and implemented to provide clear instructions to safely conduct activities involved in a chemical process. […keep reading]

Truck Crash Causes Small Anhydrous Ammonia Leak near Uniontown – An small anhydrous ammonia leak was caused by a truck crash in Whitman County over the weekend. […keep reading]

MAN to Develop Four-Stroke Ammonia Engine – Engine maker will develop a dual-fuel, medium speed, four-stroke engine to run on diesel and ammonia as part of an initiative with the German government. […keep reading]

Slovak Dairy Processor Retrofits with Ammonia and Saves Energy – ABC Food Machinery replaced Milsy’s aging R134a system and cut 40% in electricity use. […keep reading]

New Bedford Seafood Processor to Pay $220k for Alleged Violations of Federal Law – In a settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Northern Pelagic Group, also known as Norpel, has agreed to pay a $220,000 penalty to settle EPA’s claims that the company violated federal laws. […keep reading]

Ammonia Leak at Food Factory Shuts Main Road for Four Hours – Emergency services rushed to the scene at Langley Road South. […keep reading]

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