"What Kind of Tiger is in Your Tank? A Case Study of the Hazards of Handling Ammonia"
Author: Skinner, Anne
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: Fall 1995
Presents a case study of an August 1994 accidental release of ammonia from the Williams College hockey rink, which resulted in significant fish kill in a local stream. Discusses the hazards of ammonia as described by the EPA under the Commonuty Right-to-Know Act, commonly called SARA Title III. Discusses how the incident occurred, the result and follow-up, and lessons learned from the experience.
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