Ammonia Week in Review | April 29, 2022

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Taylor Farms plans to rebuild after disaster struck in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review



Taylor Farms Plans to Rebuild Salinas Facility After 4-Alarm Fire – Taylor Farms, the world’s largest producer of fresh-cut vegetables, plans to continue operating its Yuma, Ariz., plant, which is currently servicing its customers, while the Salinas facility is rebuilt. […keep reading]

BREAKING: Anhydrous Spill in Pickaway County, One Exposed Medical Helicopter Called – A medical helicopter has been called to the scene to transport the man. […keep reading]

Food Supplier Issues Statement After Ammonia Leak Sparks Evacuations and Huge Emergency Service Response – Residents have been told that they can return to their ‘normal routines’ after an ammonia leak sparked a huge emergency service response on a nearby industrial estate. […keep reading]

Liquid Ammonia is the ‘Best Route to Carbon-Free Flight’, says Hydrogen Aviation Start-Up – Aviation H2 aims to have its first ammonia-powered aircraft in the sky by the middle of next year. […keep reading]

Ammonia Emissions Non-Compliant with Reduction Commitments – EPA – Widespread implementation of ammonia reduction technologies in agriculture is needed for Ireland’s compliance with EU air pollutant reduction targets, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). […keep reading]

Ohio AG’s Office Sues Companies that Run Biodigester for Unpermitted Emissions of Ammonia – The state alleged in the complaint that an open concrete tank at the facility in Bath township emits “unpermitted” levels of ammonia. […keep reading]

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