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Fertilizer Canada’s Equivalency Certificate Renewed until July 31, 2020

*Note: this post is an update to the April 23 2018 post Update on Fertilizer Canada’s Equivalency Certificate and Temporary Certificate*   Fertilizer Canada has been issued a renewed Equivalency Certificate, extending the expiry date until July 31, 2020. This allows members and their clients to continue to access the updated standards for ammonia nurse tanks […]

NH3 Update: Hydrostatic Testing Relief Granted for Spring

*Note: This information has been updated on April 23, 2018 here: Update on Fertilizer Canada’s Equivalency Certificate and Temporary Certificate* Transport Canada has agreed to provide agri-retailers time to complete hydrostatic testing, which will ensure adequate ammonia for farmers this spring.  Fertilizer Canada and the Canadian Association of Agri-Retailers (CAAR) have been granted Temporary Certificates, TH […]

Update on Fertilizer Canada’s Equivalency Certificate and Temporary Certificate

*Note: this post is an update to the March 29 2018 post NH3 Update: Hydrostatic Testing Relief Granted for Spring* Fertilizer Canada received a revised Equivalency Certificate (SH12501.2) and a revised Temporary Certificate (TH 0651.1) to provide compliance relief on the hydrostatic testing requirements on nurse tanks. The application of both certificates has changed. The certificates now include […]

CAN End-User Brochure and eLearning Course Now Available

Fertilizer Canada released the new Calcium Ammonium Nitrate Security Code of Practice (CAN Security Code) this year for implementation in 2019. The CAN Security Code aims to provide uniform security practices for the handling, transportation, storage and/or sale of CAN in Canada.