Ammonia Week in Review | March 25, 2022

March 25th, 2022 | , , ,

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Russia targets 50-ton tank of ammonia in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review


Ukraine Says Russia Shelled Chemical Plant – Ukraine’s prosecutor general has said a Russian shell struck a chemical plant outside the city of Sumy, causing a leak in a 50-ton tank of ammonia that took hours to contain. […keep reading]

RAGAGEP: Historical Variants and the Importance of IIAR Standards | Part 7: Machinery Room Ventilation – In 2010, IIAR changed the landscape once again by requiring 30 air changes per hour (ACH) as the new standard for sizing emergency ventilation fans. […keep reading]

Crews Contain Ammonia Leak at Former Meat Packing Plant – The shelter in place order for residents living near the former Tobin’s First Prize meatpacking plant in Colonie has been lifted after efforts from local first responders and a demolition crew. […keep reading]

How Ammonia Could Help the World Transition to Clean Energy – Hydrogen is really being looked at as a key means of transporting energy around the world and fueling the world in an environment where carbon emissions aren’t acceptable […keep reading]

 

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