The chemical explosion in a West, Texas, fertilizer plant that nearly leveled an entire city last April has prompted federal regulators to contact more than 7,000 agricultural retailers, distributors, producers, and other facilities that use potentially explosive fertilizers to remind them of the importance of safely storing and handling ammonium nitrate. The April 17, 2013, blast at the West Fertilizer facility in West, Texas, killed 15 people, injured more than 200, and decimated parts of the city, including a school, nursing home, and hundreds of houses and businesses. Investigators determined that the company improperly stockpiled several tons of ammonium nitrate, ... Read More
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