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Friday
Aug 24
Orange County, FL: Five barrels stored in an environmental services warehouse began leaking a toxic, flammable mixture. A firefighter and a worker were treated. More information

Thursday
Aug 23
Sampson, USA: A tank at a manufacturing plant filled with zinc overheated and ruptured, starting a fire hot enough to melt the brass sprinkler heads above. More information

Thursday
Aug 23
Sampson, USA: A tank at a manufacturing plant filled with zinc overheated and ruptured, starting a fire hot enough to melt the brass sprinkler heads above. More information

Tuesday
Aug 21
Mapleton, IL: Area residents were warned to shelter-in-place after a fire broke out in a chemical plant reactor containing triethylene aluminum. More information

Tuesday
Aug 21
Mapleton, IL: Area residents were warned to shelter-in-place after a fire broke out in a chemical plant reactor containing triethylene aluminum. More information

Thursday
Aug 16
Nashville, TN: A worker was critically burned by phosphorus being unloaded from a rail car at a chemical plant. More information

Thursday
Aug 16
Katpadi, India: Nearly 25 people were killed when a blast rocked a state-owned explosives factory. More information

Thursday
Aug 16
Evansville, TN: A chemical release from a plating factory prompted officials to warn area residents. The plant was being closed. More information

Thursday
Aug 16
Nashville, TN: A worker was critically burned by phosphorus being unloaded from a rail car at a chemical plant. More information

Thursday
Aug 16
Katpadi, India: Nearly 25 people were killed when a blast rocked a state-owned explosives factory. More information

Wednesday
Aug 15
Rock Springs, WY: Sulfuric acid fumes released from a phosphate plant hovered overhead several hours. More information

Wednesday
Aug 15
Phoenix, AZ: An accident involving nitric acid spread caustic fumes through a metal finishing plant, forcing an evacuation. More information

Wednesday
Aug 15
Granite City, IL: Fire broke out once again in an asphalt storage tank that caught fire in July. More information

Wednesday
Aug 15
Granite City, IL: Fire broke out once again in an asphalt storage tank that caught fire in July. More information

Wednesday
Aug 15
High Point, N.C.: Seventeen workers were treated after exposure to hydrofluoric acid fumes at a dairy. More information

Wednesday
Aug 15
Rock Springs, WY: Sulfuric acid fumes released from a phosphate plant hovered overhead several hours. More information

Wednesday
Aug 15
Phoenix, AZ: An accident involving nitric acid spread caustic fumes through a metal finishing plant, forcing an evacuation. More information

Tuesday
Aug 14
Romeoville, IL: A fire in a crude oil unit damaged a petroleum refinery to such an extent that operations will be shut down many months. More information

Tuesday
Aug 14
Utsunomiya, Japan: An explosion in the cold storage area of a paint factory warehouse caused extensive damaged. More information

Tuesday
Aug 14
Romeoville, IL: A fire in a crude oil unit damaged a petroleum refinery to such an extent that operations will be shut down many months. More information

Tuesday
Aug 14
Utsunomiya, Japan: An explosion in the cold storage area of a paint factory warehouse caused extensive damaged. More information

Monday
Aug 13
Institute, W.V.: Ten workers at a chemical plant were treated after a chloroform leak. More information

Monday
Aug 13
Saukville, USA: A chemical storage tank containing vinyl toluene overheated, forcing local firefighters to use hoses to cool the tanks. More information

Monday
Aug 13
Institute, W.V.: Ten workers at a chemical plant were treated after a chloroform leak. More information

Monday
Aug 13
Saukville, USA: A chemical storage tank containing vinyl toluene overheated, forcing local firefighters to use hoses to cool the tanks. More information

Sunday
Aug 12
Stockertown, PA: One firefighter was overcome when a wind shift blew fumes from a plastics plant fire into a rehab ‘safe’ area. More information

Sunday
Aug 12
Stockertown, PA: One firefighter was overcome when a wind shift blew fumes from a plastics plant fire into a rehab ‘safe’ area. More information

Saturday
Aug 11
Timmins, Ontario: A copper zinc smelter was closed for three weeks after a molten metal spill. More information

Saturday
Aug 11
Baltimore, MD: Hydrochloric acid leaking from a drum in the back of a truck forced closure of a major bridge for four hours. More information

Saturday
Aug 11
Timmins, Ontario: A copper zinc smelter was closed for three weeks after a molten metal spill. More information

Friday
Aug 10
East Hartford, CT: An ammonia spill at an engine plant shut down Main Street for more than five hours. More information

Friday
Aug 10
South Salt Lake City, UT: Five people were hospitalized after an explosion at a cold storage plant. More information

Friday
Aug 10
East Hartford, CT: An ammonia spill at an engine plant shut down Main Street for more than five hours. More information

Friday
Aug 10
South Salt Lake City, UT: Five people were hospitalized after an explosion at a cold storage plant. More information

Thursday
Aug 09
Baytown, TX: Silicon tetrafluoride gas leaked from cylinders on a truck, shutting down a major highway and forcing the three-hour evacuation of a day-care center. More information

Thursday
Aug 09
Fort Frances, Ontario: Workers excavating for a water pipeline accidentally ruptured an effluent pipe from a paper mill, forcing an emergency shutdown of the mill. More information

Thursday
Aug 09
Columbia, S.C.: About 4,000 gallons of a liquid containing hydrochloric acid leaked at a plastics manufacturing plant. More information

Thursday
Aug 09
Columbia, S.C.: About 4,000 gallons of a liquid containing hydrochloric acid leaked at a plastics manufacturing plant. More information

Thursday
Aug 09
Eloise, FL: Three workers at a citrus processing plant were treated after a vehicle slammed into an ammonia storage tank, allowing vapor to escape. More information

Thursday
Aug 09
Baytown, TX: Silicon tetrafluoride gas leaked from cylinders on a truck, shutting down a major highway and forcing the three-hour evacuation of a day-care center. More information

Thursday
Aug 09
Fort Frances, Ontario: Workers excavating for a water pipeline accidentally ruptured an effluent pipe from a paper mill, forcing an emergency shutdown of the mill. More information

Wednesday
Aug 08
El Paso, TX: Four refinery workers received burns when sulfuric acid sprayed from a broken connection. The workers were wearing protective clothing. More information

Wednesday
Aug 08
Wood Dale, IL: Dozens of people were evacuated after a drum of divinyl benzene ruptured at a shipping company. More information

Wednesday
Aug 08
Chicago, IL: A truck carrying azodicarbonamide turned over on a major expressway, halting traffic for five hours. More than 1,500 people were evacuated. More information

Wednesday
Aug 08
El Paso, TX: Four refinery workers received burns when sulfuric acid sprayed from a broken connection. The workers were wearing protective clothing. More information

Wednesday
Aug 08
Wood Dale, IL: Dozens of people were evacuated after a drum of divinyl benzene ruptured at a shipping company. More information

Wednesday
Aug 08
Chicago, IL: A truck carrying azodicarbonamide turned over on a major expressway, halting traffic for five hours. More than 1,500 people were evacuated. More information

Tuesday
Aug 07
Poughkeepsie, N.Y.: A three-alarm fire at a chemical company forced the evacuation of 60 nearby residents. A shelter-in-place order was issued for hundreds more. More information

Tuesday
Aug 07
St. Paul, MN: Fifteen brewery workers were treated after an ammonia buildup related to a power outage. More information

Tuesday
Aug 07
St. Paul, MN: Twenty-five brewery workers required treatment after an ammonia release followed a power outage. More information

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