From: Richard Rosera <richardrosera**At_Symbol_Here**GMAIL.COM>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Live: Chemical leak at the Heineken brewery
Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2016 18:53:37 -0500
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Live: Chemical leak at the Heineken brewery 
A chemical alert has broken out at the Heineken brewery in Manchester .. 

Specialist HAZMAT (Hazardous Material) crews were called to Denmark Road in Hulme at 10.12am on Wednesday to reports of a chemical leak. 

The brewery was evacuated before fire crews arrived, and a spokesman for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue said there is no risk to nearby homes or businesses. 

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This was in today's Pinboard updates.  The "live updates" confirm that the unknown chemical which leaked at the Heineken brewery was ammonia.  See

Richard Rosera
Rosearray EHS Services, LLC

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