Congress eyes real-time tracking

October 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;10/22/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 15, p13
Trade Publication
The article presents information on plans of the U.S. Congress to expand its mandate for antiterrorism provisions at chemical facilities. The new law will include high-technology, real-time tracking requirements for hazardous material shipments nationwide. The expansion of federal authority over security measures for hazmat cargoes in transit may come as early up by 2009.


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