Does not look good. Hopefully it’s no more than accidental, and hope no one killed, surely there will be injuries, but the air quality will be somewhat toxic cause of the burning chemicals and structures. Hopefully emergency response gets this incident under control quickly.
What Crappy reporting!
No digging on what this company manufactured?
Just FEAR based ’ Shelter in Place’… Cower you Sheep!
I’m getting sick of the Media/.gov bull crap.
Derail a Train, Blown up a Business, slaughter 10,000 Cows…
Nuthin’ to see here folks, Move along… until our pets develop another head!
OOOH… NOT GOOD.
Xylene - Ethyl Acetate Blend
Xylene (Recycle Grade) - PM Acetate (Recycle Grade)
Aromatic 100, 150, 200
Acetone - Acetone (Recycle Grade)
Methyl Ethyl Ketone - MEK (Recycle Grade)
Phosphoric Acid 75-85 (Recycle Grade)
Acetic Acid 99-95% (Recycle Grade)
Sulfuric Acid 93
Sulfuric Acid (Recycle Grade)
Caustic Liquid 25-50%
Caustic Liquid 25% (Recycle Grade)
Isoproply Alcohol 99%
Isopropyl Alcohol 80% (Recycle Grade)
Isopropyl Alcohol 85% (Recycle Grade)
Isopropyl Alcohol 60% (Recycle Grade)
Methanol (Recycle Grade)
Hexane Blend (Recycle Grade)
Mineral Spirits 90 (Recycle Grade)
Off Specification Oil
PCB Oil (Less than 50 ppm)
Grease (Recycle Grade)
#6 Burning Fuel
So nothing toxic.
Reminds me of my employment at the company that killed more Indians than John Wayne.
Those chemical names are so familiar to me although I’m not a chemist. Toluene
Like I said brothers, Nuthin’ to see here folks!
Sweep out the dead chickens in the Coops
Just another day in Paradise.
In full disclosure I didn’t open the article, but, is there reason to believe this wouldn’t be an accident?