EPA, States Tap Environmental Data To Target Security Vulnerabilities

May 19, 2005
EPA and state officials are planning an information exchange network that will use industry-generated and other environmental data to assess homeland security vulnerabilities. The project is being funded by an EPA grant, and is part of a national homeland security strategy. The project will use a web-based network that could allow regulators from different states to share water security, waste shipment, air pollution, toxic release and other environmental data to target potential vulnerabilities that could pose a threat to public...

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