A History of Troubles at Eureka Ice 

March 14, 1994 A failed pipe nipple at Eureka Ice releases 764 lbs. of anhydrous ammonia over 1 1/2 hours. April 4, 1997 A routine inspection finds that workers had been improperly disposing of anhydrous ammonia into an outside floor drain. Feb…

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