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Report on the 2007 Workshop on Decontamination, Cleanup, and Associated Issues for Sites Contaminated with Chemical, Biological, or Radiological Materials

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Report on the 2007 Workshop on Decontamination, Cleanup, and Associated Issues for Sites Contaminated with Chemical, Biological, or Radiological Materials
EPA, 2007. - 210 p.
Table of Contents
List of Abbreviations
Executive Summary
I. Introduction
II. Presentations and Associated Question and Answer Periods
Opening Remarks
Session 1: Some U.S. Perspectives
Overview of Select U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and
Technology Programs
Evidence Awareness for Remediation Personnel at Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD)
Crime Scenes
Technical Support Working Group (TSWG) Decontamination Research & Development Activities
Regulating Bio-Decontamination Chemicals
Environmental Sampling for Biothreat Agents: Current Research and Validation Efforts
Session 2: International Perspectives
G8 Bio-Terrorism Experts Group (BTEX)
Biological Decontamination with Peracetic Acid and Hydrogen Peroxide
Field Demonstration of Advanced Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Decontamination Technologies
Japanese Research Project for Development of On-site Detection of Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents
A Fatal Case of Natural Inhalational Anthrax in Scotland–Decontamination Issues
Case Study of Fatality Due to Anthrax Infection in the United Kingdom (UK)
Session 3: Biological Threat Agent Decontamination Research and Development
National Homeland Security Research Center (NHSRC) Systematic Decontamination Studies
Improvement and Validation of Lab-Scale Test Methods for Sporicidal Decontamination Agents
Full-scale Experience in Decontaminations Using Chlorine Dioxide Gas
Systematic Decontamination–Challenges and SuccessesNew York City Anthrax Response
Update on EPA Decontamination Technologies Research Laboratory (DTRL) Activities
Localizing and Controlling Biothreat Agent (BTA) Transport with Polymer Sprays
Can We Expedite Decontamination?
Session 4: Chemical Threat Agent Decontamination Research and Development
Airport Restoration Following a Chemical Warfare Agent (CWA) Attack
Quantitative Structure Toxicity Relationships (QSTR) to Support Estimation of Cleanup Goals
Determining Chemical Warfare Agent (CWA) Environmental Fate to Optimize Remediation for Indoor Facilities
Chemical & Biological Defense Program Physical Science & Technology Program Overview–Hazard Mitigation
Session 5: Biological and Foreign Animal Disease Agent Decontamination
(1) Results from the Evaluation of Spray-Applied Sporicidal Decontamination Technologies
(2) Test Plans and Preliminary Results for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Virus Persistence and Decontamination Tests
Inactivation of Avian Influenza Virus Using Common Soaps/Detergents, Chemicals, and Disinfectants
Inactivation of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus on Various Contact Surfaces
Session 6: Radiological Agent Decontamination
Decontamination of Polonium in the United Kingdom (UK)
Decontamination of Terrorist-Dispersed Radionuclides from Surfaces in Urban Environments
An Empirical Assessment of Post-Incident Radiological Decontamination Techniques
Cesium Chloride Particle Characteristics from Radiological Dispersal Device (RDD) Outdoor Test
Radiological Dispersal Device (RDD) Rapid Decontamination
Session 7: Research and Development for Decontamination-Related and Support Activities
Water Infrastructure Protection Division (WIPD) Decontamination Research Overview
Incineration of Materials Contaminated with Bio-Warfare Agents
Detection to Support Decontamination
EPA Responder Decontamination Needs
Agenda
List of Participants
Presentation Slides
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