Ammonia Week in Review | July 23, 2021


Teens and seniors are evacuated in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Ammonia Leak in Burlington Forces Evacuation of Teenagers and Seniors as Several Firefighters, Halton Paramedics Respond – Around 20 Burlington firefighters, including the Hazardous Materials Unit, (HAZMAT), as well as Halton Region Paramedics responded to Appleby Ice Centre just before 11:30 a.m. after reports of an ammonia leak. […keep reading]

Compliance Audit Documentation (Part 3) – The RMP, PSM, and CalARP regulations have very few requirements for compliance audit reports… […keep reading]

Sportsplex Pool Reopens after Ammonia Leak on Tuesday – The swimming pool at the Archie Dillon Sportsplex is expected to open again at noon Wednesday. […keep reading]

Ammonia Chiller Reduces Energy Use by 77% – UK: The installation of a low charge ammonia chiller system at a major UK food manufacturer’s storage facility is said to have led to a 77.3% reduction in energy consumption. […keep reading]

Anhydrous Ammonia Training for Statewide Farmers this Fall – Illinois growers and farm operators may fulfill new state requirements for mandated anhydrous ammonia certified grower training by enrolling in in-person training sessions this fall. […keep reading]

Proctor Ice Arena Evacuated for Ammonia Leak, All Saturday Events Canceled – Duluth HAZMAT and fire crews evacuated Proctor Ice Arena because of an ammonia leak Saturday. […keep reading]

Norwegian Company to Develop the Technology for Ammonia Bunkering – While extensive research efforts are underway to develop the propulsion systems for ships that will use alternative fuels, the other critical part of the equation for decarbonization is developing the new infrastructure required to support the maritime industry’s use of the new fuels. […keep reading]

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