Lanz, Bret; Holmes, Jessica
November 2003
Fire Chief;Nov2003, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p44
Trade Publication
Focuses on use of technologies originally built for military use by emergency responders in the U.S. HazMat Smart Strip from Safety Solutions; Support of decontamination operations by products from FSI North America; Use of monitors and sensors to detect presence and concentration of hazardous spills. INSETS: NANOTECHNOLOGY DEFINED;UNIVERSITY-GOVERNMENT ALLIANCE.


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