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Dressed in protective gear, American soldiers were put through their paces, doing anti-contamination drills, reminding us all of the real possibility of nuclear war.
Local workers in anti-contamination suits were still labouring on the clean-up operation.
In response to the risks, the DCA has formed a new anti-contamination steering group, which will be tasked with collating a working guide for designers and operators on best practices, drawn from sources around the world.
Matthew is also hoping to publish his MRes research work which revolved around improving anti-contamination procedures at scenes of crime following firework displays.
Ronald Pirich, a Technical Fellow in the Technology Development Area at Northrop Grumman's Aerospace Systems sector, these scientists have studied a range of coating technologies with self-cleaning and anti-contamination capabilities.
Atlas managing director Jason Sharman said: "The food industry is a significant target market for our range of products and potential buyers want to know that we meet and surpass rigorous hygiene, anti-contamination and best management practice standards.
Freudenberg Politex's Russian facility in the Nizhniy Novgorod region announced the additional capacity of more than 3000 tons of nonwovens for geotextiles applications which became available last month The line installed in Zavolzhie will produce staple fiber polyester nonwovens in a range from 100 to 800 gsm, six meters wide and able to satisfy the different requirements of civil and hydraulic engineering, such as reinforcement of roads, anti-contamination layer of landfill sites, ground drainage or in railway networks.
Others are urging the Calderon administration and the Mexican government to make a greater commitment to the anti-contamination and sustainability efforts by allocating more money to fund environmental programs.