HAZMAT/Chemicals
  Posted on: Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Cleaning up subways after release of biological warfare agent such as anthrax
Homeland Security News Wire

If you’re like most people, you don’t spend much time thinking about what would happen if anthrax was released into your local subway system. But Sandia Lab engineer Mark Tucker has spent much of the past twenty years thinking about incidents involving chemical or biological warfare agents, and the best ways to clean them up. Tucker’s current project focuses on cleaning up a subway system after the release of a biological warfare agent such as anthrax.


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