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700 liters of synthetic resin leaks: Around 100 fire fighters are deployed in Landsham

2021-10-19T09:53:03.608Z

Dangerous goods alarm Tuesday morning in Landsham: Several hundred liters of synthetic resin had leaked from a container. The fire brigades were able to prevent worse.



Dangerous goods alarm Tuesday morning in Landsham: Several hundred liters of synthetic resin had leaked from a container.

The fire brigades were able to prevent worse.

Landsham - A large number of volunteer fire brigades were in action on Tuesday morning in the Landsham industrial park (municipality of Pliening).

There, an IBC container (container for liquid substances) was damaged on company premises during loading work.

As a result, around 600 to 700 liters of epoxy resin (synthetic resin) leaked, reports district fire inspector Markus Frantz.

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Use on company premises in the Landsham industrial park.

© Thomas Gaulke

The notification of the industrial accident was received shortly before 7.30 a.m. at the integrated control center in Erding, which triggered the dangerous goods alarm.

Therefore, several fire brigades equipped and necessary for such operations moved out, so Frantz.

A total of around 100 workers were on site.

There was no health risk for people and nobody was injured.

The firefighters wore protective suits to avoid skin contact with the synthetic resin.

Respirators were not necessary as they were used outdoors and the temperature was low.

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Fire fighters clean the floor.

© Thomas Gaulke

The fire brigade was able to bind the leaking resin and thus prevent major environmental damage, reports the district fire inspector.

The volunteer fire brigades Landsham, Pliening, Poing, Eglharting, Kirchseeon-Markt, Forstinning, Kirchheim as well as the Canon Poing plant fire brigade, the Ebersberg district fire inspection and the local operations management support group were in action.

In addition, a specialist advisor from the technical relief organization, the Rosenheim water management office, as well as the police and rescue service.

By the way: Everything from the region is now also available in our regular Ebersberg newsletter.

Source: merkur

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