On Friday 21 April, a 4340 gal. tanker spilt ammonium thiosulfate, a liquid fertilizer, in Odebolt, Iowa.
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Essel Group ME has announced that both the company and Gensource Potash Corp. have appointed directors to their joint venture Vanguard Potash Corp.
On 24 April 2017, a fire broke out in the ammonia plant at Yara.
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The directors of Salt Lake Potash has reported that a number of recent exploration licence applications took its total holdings in the Goldfields mining district in Western Australia to a total of 9 complete or partial salt lake playas.
Agrium Inc. successfully commissions its new urea plant at the Borger Nitrogen Operations facility in Texas, US.
Solvay’s Peroxides Global Business Unit (GBU) and SUEZ China have formed a partnership in the industrial wastewater treatment market in order to provide a broad ‘one-stop’ solution to Greater China.
EuroChem Group AG has selected Veolia Water Technologies’ proven HPD® crystallisation technology for its VolgaKaliy Mine Expansion project in Russia’s Volgograd region.
North American fertilizer producer Potash Ridge Corp. appoints Petra Decher as Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary.
Crystal Peak Minerals Inc. has appointed Aaron Hood to its Board of Directors effective 31 March 2017.
Essel Group ME has executed a shareholder agreement with Gensource Potash to form a joint venture company, Vanguard Potash Corp.
Durango Resources Inc. has announced that management has initiated discussions with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency in relation to using its limestone for fertilizer use.
This breakthrough invention will be presented by researchers to the National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society.
The Climate Corp. and Koch Agronomic Services LLC have announced a research agreement that marks a significant step forward in applying data-driven digital tools to support more efficient nutrient management practices.
Intrepid Potash’s Senior Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer resigns and a replacement has been announced.
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Cleveland Potash has confirmed plans to apply for planning permission to extend operations at the Boulby Mine, Cleveland.
Increase in the production of nutrient rich food crops and demands for sulfuric acid due to its diversified applications is driving the growth of the global sulfuric acid market.
Pursuant to the agreement, Aalborg CSP will design and deliver a solar heating system for Agrimin’s 100% owned Mackay Sulphate of Potash Project in Western Australia.