When used as an agricultural fertilizer, NH3 is compressed into a liquid. This requires a substantial amount of pressure and specially designed tanks and equipment. If not stored or transported properly serious injuries are possible.

The resources below include safety measures and the state requirements for storage of NH3.

Storage Permit Requirements

All firms that distribute fertilizer must have a fertilizer license. If you are storing anhydrous ammonia, you are required to maintain an Anhydrous Ammonia Storage Permit.

Storage Guidelines & Requirements

Storage Inspection Forms & Information

Storage Repair/Service

Rules & Statutes Addressing Anhydrous Ammonia Storage