CAAR has responded with concern regarding the proposed amendments brought forward by Fertilizer Canada to the Anhydrous Ammonia Code of Practice. A summary of CAAR’s submission outlining its recommendations and provided to Fertilizer Canada on October 1, 2015, is available here.

Thank you to CAAR retailer members who submitted comments and helped guide our response on your behalf.

If you would like to discuss any of our recommendations in more details, please contact Delaney Ross Burtnack at 204-989-9303 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. CAAR has requested to be included in the comment review phase and would welcome any retailer feedback that has not been brought forward to date so that we may share it with Fertilizer Canada. PLEASE NOTE: Item 2.10 in CAAR’s response is under review pending member feedback. Please share your input on this or any item in CAAR’s comments.

If you have not yet reviewed Fertilizer Canada’s proposed amendments, please contact the CAAR office for more information.

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