Ammonia Week in Review | December 3, 2021


Sin City has an ammonia leak in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

HAZMAT Responds to Ammonia Leak in Downtown Las Vegas; No Injuries Reported – An ammonia leak caused the evacuation of several businesses late Saturday night as a HAZMAT team investigated the source, according to a Las Vegas Fire & Rescue news release. […keep reading]

Calculating Threshold Quantity for Chemicals with Concentration Qualifiers – Title 40 CFR §68.130 contains the table of RMP chemicals and their corresponding threshold quantities. Of the seventy-seven substances listed, four contain a concentration qualifier. […keep reading]

“Natural” Refrigeration Facilities Face EPA Enforcement Under the Clean Air Act – Recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) enforcement cases against operators of ammonia refrigerant facilities highlight an imminent compliance obligation and new enforcement risk for operators of refrigeration equipment that use non-HFC refrigerant chemicals. […keep reading]

2022 Virtual Ammonia Refrigeration Training – Resource Compliance and California Controlled Atmosphere have partnered together to make high-quality training videos to better equip and inform your technicians, operators, managers and team members. […keep reading]

Savannah To Host IIAR Conference In 2022 – The 2022 IIAR Natural Refrigeration Conference & Expo will take place March 6-9, 2022 at the Savannah Convention Center in Savannah, Georgia. […keep reading]

Green ammonia electrolysis breakthrough could finally kill Haber-Bosch – Scientists at Australia’s Monash University claim to have made a critical breakthrough in green ammonia production that could displace the extremely dirty Haber-Bosch process, with the potential to eliminate nearly two percent of global greenhouse emissions. […keep reading]

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