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Saturday
Aug 24
Nitro, WV: A nitric acid spill at an ethylene oxide recycling plant injured 2. More Information

Saturday
Aug 24
Dehli, LA: Moisture meeting molten metal caused a flash fire at an extrusion plant, spreading to aluminum oxide and dust on girders. More Information

Saturday
Aug 24
Waxahachie, TX: Water tankers were pressed into service fighting a recycling plant fire. More Information

Friday
Aug 23
Visakhapatnam, India: A fire in the wooden cooling tower of an oil refinery's diesel hydro desulfurization unit killed 18 and injured 18. More Information

Friday
Aug 23
Mangalore, India: A steam leak at an oil refinery power plant injured 3. More Information

Friday
Aug 23
Hollsopple, PA: 5 fire departments responded to a fire at a plant making iron and specialty metal powders. More Information

Friday
Aug 23
Arichat, NS: A seafood processing plant burned to the ground. More Information

Thursday
Aug 22
Wenatchee, WA: An asphalt plant fire shut down highway traffic for several hours. More Information

Thursday
Aug 22
Caldwell, ID: Fire swept through a cabinet and door frame plant. More Information

Wednesday
Aug 21
Tallahassee, FL: A leak in a 1-ton chlorine cylinder injured 2 waste water treatment plant workers. More Information

Wednesday
Aug 21
Redmond, WA: A fire at a wood recycling plant continued to burn 3 hours later. More Information

Wednesday
Aug 21
Fond du Lac, WI: Sprinklers extinguished a roof fire at a boat factory. More Information

Wednesday
Aug 21
Stockport, UK: Large bales of material burned in a fire at a recycling center. More Information

Tuesday
Aug 20
Shanghai, China: 5 workers at a local food company died after inhaling poisonous fumes while cleaning a vat used for making pickled vegetables. More Information

Tuesday
Aug 20
Harvey, LA: A tanker truck containing ethanol exploded as it was being unloaded at a pipeline terminal. More Information

Tuesday
Aug 20
Sydney, Australia: Fire threatened to collapse a food distribution facility. More Information

Tuesday
Aug 20
East Providence, RI: Dust caused an explosion at a wood pellet plant. More Information

Tuesday
Aug 20
Hereford, UK: An ammonia leak at a cider plant required a hazmat response. More Information

Tuesday
Aug 20
Greenville, PA: An explosion hurled a 10,000-gallon fuel tank across a road and killed a worker who was welding nearby. More Information

Tuesday
Aug 20
Jersey City, NJ: Smoke from a recycling plant fire threatened to close a pro golf tournament. More Information

Tuesday
Aug 20
Mataura, N. Zealand: Fire broke out in a press at a fiberboard plant. More Information

Monday
Aug 19
Irvington, NJ: Fire destroyed a plant making plastic pellets and damaged other surrounding buildings More Information

Monday
Aug 19
Bikfaya, Lebanon: Fire burned through the roof of a carton factory. More Information

Monday
Aug 19
Visalia, CA: A lightning strike at a power plant caused a small fire and a major outage. More Information

Sunday
Aug 18
Sterling, IL: Officials determined that a fire at a disused factory was arson. More Information

Sunday
Aug 18
Port Arthur, TX: A hydrocracker fire marked the 2nd major blaze at a 600,000 barrel per day refinery within a week. More Information

Sunday
Aug 18
Johnston, RI: A fire at a metals recycling plant forced officials to evacuate nearby homes. More Information

Sunday
Aug 18
Dalcross, UK: Fire swept through a wood processing plant. More Information

Sunday
Aug 18
Powell River, BC: Fire broke out in a heat recovery area outside a paper mill. More Information

Saturday
Aug 17
Huntington, WV: Fire ignited in a grease pit at a metals plant. More Information

Saturday
Aug 17
New Iberia, LA: A railroad car leaked chlorine gas, prompting the evacuation of 3 nearby homes More Information

Friday
Aug 16
Delevan, NY: An explosion at an asphalt plant injured a worker. More Information

Friday
Aug 16
Port Stanvac, Australia: Fire broke out in a disused fuel storage tank being dismantled at an oil refinery. More Information

Thursday
Aug 15
Drongan, UK: Hazmat personnel isolated an ammonia leak in a refrigeration plant at an industrial site. More Information

Thursday
Aug 15
Rome, GA: A hood vent fire broke out at a cereal factory. More Information

Thursday
Aug 15
Shelby, NC: A worker at a metals plant accidently dipped his foot into a vat of molten copper. More Information

Thursday
Aug 15
Elk Grove, CA: Fire broke out in an overheated tank at an asphalt plant. More Information

Thursday
Aug 15
Patpargani, India: A small fire broke out at a shoe factory. More Information

Thursday
Aug 15
Olean, NY: Fire broke out in machinery at a cutlery factory. More Information

Thursday
Aug 15
Manila, Philippines: 500,000 liters of diesel spilled at a refinery and flowed into Manila Bay. More Information

Wednesday
Aug 14
Taft, LA: Workers were ordered to shelter-in-place when flammable acrolein leaked at a chemical plant. More Information

Wednesday
Aug 14
Houston, TX: A chlorine leak at an oil refinery forced the evacuation of a single building. More Information

Wednesday
Aug 14
Haicang, China: A steam explosion at a chemical plant killed a worker. More Information

Wednesday
Aug 14
Valdosta, GA: A 1-mile radius of an environmental services facility was evacuated when fire broke out. More Information

Wednesday
Aug 14
Tampa, FL: A fertilizer tank at a port facility caught fire twice in one week. More Information

Wednesday
Aug 14
Tonawanda, NY: An ammonia release at a chemical plant forced workers to flee. More Information

Wednesday
Aug 14
Abington, PA: An isolated building used to store chemicals caught fire at a steel foundry. More Information

Tuesday
Aug 13
Montgomery County, OH: Sprinklers helped contain a trash fire at a solid waste plant. More Information

Tuesday
Aug 13
Shoemakersville, PA: Fire broke through the roof of a dye and bleach works. More Information

Tuesday
Aug 13
Port of Tampa, FL: A sulfur storage tank at a fertilizer plant caught fire twice within a week. More Information

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