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Report on the 2008 Workshop on Decontamination Research and Associated Issues for Sites Contaminated with Chemical, Biological, or Radiological Materials

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Report on the 2008 Workshop on Decontamination Research and Associated Issues for Sites Contaminated with Chemical, Biological, or Radiological Materials
EPA, 2008. - 239 p.
Table of Contents
List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
Executive Summary
Keynote Address
Decontamination–General Aspects
The Role of a Technical Working Group in Fumigation of a Large Building
Medical Aspects of Natural Anthrax: Implications for Decontamination
United Kingdom’s Government Decontamination Service: An Update for 2008
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Regulation of Sterilants/Sporicides and Sporicidal Decontaminants
Toward a System-of-Systems Approach to Hazard Mitigation
Wide-area Restoration Following Biological Contamination: Systems Analysis for Interagency Biological Restoration Demonstration Program
Biological Agents–Field Experience And Laboratory Testing
Danbury Anthrax Response, September 2007
Expedited Fumigation of a Large Hospital as Related to Biological Contamination Scenarios
Utilizing a Trace Atmospheric Gas Analyzer Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer Technology Mounted on a Movable Platform to Provide Indoor Air Concentrations Throughout a Structure Before and After a Chlorine Dioxide Fumigation
Decontamination of Surfaces Contaminated with Biological Agents Using Fumigant Technologies
Assessment of the Impact of Chlorine Dioxide Gas on Electronic Equipment
Laboratory-scale Decontamination Testing in Support of the Interagency Biological Restoration Demonstration Program
Field Evaluation of Gaseous Chlorine Dioxide Treatment for Microbial Contamination
Decontamination Family of Systems
Decontamination of a Railcar Using a Portable and Economical System
Economical Facility Decontamination with Gaseous and Liquid Chlorine Dioxide
Assessment of Biological Indicators for Building Interior Decontamination
Reduction and Elimination of Biological Contamination Using Bacteriophages
Wet Scrubbing and Adsorption for the Capture of Chlorine Dioxide Gas During Fumigation Events
Material Demand for Hydrogen Peroxide of Building Materials
Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki Agent Fate Characterization
Comparing and Contrasting Fumigations of Very Large Facilities for Biothreat Agents and Other
Foreign Animal Disease Agents
Animal Disease Outbreak Response–Tools, Status, and Trends
Inactivation of Avian Influenza Virus Using Common Chemicals and Detergents
Persistence Testing of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Virus on Outdoor Materials
Chemical Agents
Understanding Chemical Warfare Agent Interactions with Surfaces and the Implications for Decontamination
Restoration of Major Transportation Facilities Following Chemical Agent Release: The Facility Restoration Operational Technology Demonstration
Systematic Decontamination of Chemical Warfare Agents and Toxic Industrial Chemicals
Small-Item Vapor Hazard Determinations in Interior Spaces: What, Where, When, Why and How Many?
The Development of Safe and Highly Effective Chemical and Radiological Agent Simulants
Mercury Vapor Emission and Measurement Studies and Evaluation of Cleanup Technologies
Development of Standards for Decontamination of Structures Affected by Chemical and Biological Terrorism
Radiological Agents
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Airborne Spectral Photometric Environmental Collection Technology Gamma Emergency Mapper Project
Evaluation of Commercially-Available Radiological Decontamination Technologies on Concrete Surfaces
Disposal, Sampling, and Other Related Topics
Thermomicrobiological Techniques for Incinerator Performance Assessment While Burning Contaminated Debris
Survivability of Several Years of Recalcitrant Biological and Chemical Agents in Landfill Leachates
An Assessment of the Performance of Portable Instruments to Monitor Air Quality During Structural Decontamination Operations
Evaluation of Sampling Methods and Strategies in an Operational Environment
The Use of a Sampling Design Strategy to Direct Decontamination Activities Following a Weapon of Mass Destruction Event
National Homeland Security Research Center’s Aerosol Test Facility and the Study of the Measurement and Mechanisms of Exposure to Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Agents Collective Protection Technology Testing of Bioaerosol Air Purification Devices
List of Participants
Presentation Slides
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