||Compilation of Available Data on Building Decontamination Alternatives.
||Science Applications International Corp., Reston, VA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Research and Development.
Chemical agent terrorism ;
Biological agents ;
Alternative technologies ;
Tables (Data) ;
Liquid-based topical agents ;
Chemical and biological (CB) agents ;
National Homeland Security Research Center (NHSRC)
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||This document presents an analysis of selected technologies that have been tested for their potential effectiveness in decontaminating a building that has been attacked using biological or chemical warfare agents, or using toxic industrial compounds. The technologies selected to be addressed here fall into three broad categories: o Liquid-based topical agents, including hypochlorite (bleach), aqueous chlorine dioxide, aqueous hydrogen peroxide, and a proprietary product (TechXtract). o Foams and gels, including Sandia Foam and Decon Green, CASCAD, and L-Gel. o Gaseous and vapor technologies (fumigants), including chlorine dioxide gas, vapor-phase hydrogen peroxide, paraformaldehyde, and methyl bromide.
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