Uralchem halted production on Wednesday 8 July due to the calcium chloride content rising abruptly in the Kama river, from which the plant takes water for production.
The project, which is set to be onstream by 2025, will produce 650 tpy of green hydrogen and 1.2 million tpy of green ammonia.
The report says that the Colluli potash project in Eritrea meets 13 of the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
The targets include reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 20% per tonne of product, reducing freshwater use by 20% per tonne of product and implementing 4R Nutrient Stewardship on 25 million acres, all by 2025.
Yara International is working towards making carbon-free fertilizer, and renewable hydrogen is the major enabler for making CO2-free or 'green' ammonia, which in turn, is the key ingredient for 'green' fertilizer.
Australian Potash has received formal comments on the Lake Wells sulfate of potash development proposal from Australia's Environmental Protection Authority.
Todd Romaine will oversee the execution of environmental, social and governance programmes both corporately and at the Colluli Mining Share Company in Eritrea.
The fertilizer industry body has backed the Environmental Protection Agency's and Department of the Army's repeal and replacement of the 2015 Waters of the United States rule.
The association includes international companies and organisations involved in fertilizer production, the search for innovative solutions and research in the field of fertilizers, phosphorus management and recycling, and mineral and organic fertilizer innovation.
The anti-dumping measures against ammonium nitrate imports from Russia were initially imposed by Ukraine in 2008.
The two companies hope to produce hydrogen from renewable sources to be fed into Yara's existing ammonia plant, which will either be used in fertilizer production or used as green ammonia.
Compound fertilizers, which are well suited to dry climates and can be tailored to individual terrains, are key to meeting world’s growing demand for food production.
The International Fertilizer Association has welcomed the FAO Code of Conduct, which was officially approved this week during the FAO Conference.