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A German food manufacturing facility owned by Kraft Foods Inc. was recently evacuated, along with 1,400 nearby residents, after factory workers reportedly poured nitric acid into a giant vat containing sodium hydroxide. According to RT.com , at least
Federal agents who searched the apartment of a Saudi man accused of gathering materials to make a bomb found sulfuric acid and nitric acid, among other things, an FBI agent testified Friday. During the first day of testimony in the trial of Khalid
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Font Resize Daily News Three people from East Valley High School were transported to area hospitals Monday afternoon after toxic fumes were spotted coming out from a third floor chemistry classroom, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
Monday, as soon as the California Senator mixed-container ship arrived. Superintendent Paul Bailey of Fire and Rescue NSW said a leak was suspected on several 1000-litre drums containing nitric acid, a chemical used in mining. Advertisement: Story
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N.J. (AP) — Fire officials say a roofing company employee jumped into a vat of nitric acid to save a co-worker who fell 40 feet through a roof and into the tank. Clifton Fire Chief Vince Colavitti tells The Record of Woodland
Neighbors pleaded with council members to enact a zoning code amendment that would prohibit metal plating shops and other facilities that use hazardous materials within 300 feet of residential areas. CPI uses both potassium cyanide and nitric acid at
Communications & Power Industries on Hansen Way has been in the cross hairs of the city council and Barron Park residents since 2006, when nitric acid used in its metal plating shop was released. Hydrochloric acid and wastewater spills in 2008