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Department of Homeland Security Seeks to Develop Stand-Alone, Mobile Potable Water Treatment Systems for Disaster Response

Department of Homeland Security Seeks to Develop Stand-Alone, Mobile Potable Water Treatment Systems for Disaster Response

November 22, 2011— The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Commercialization Office today released the newest Commercial Applications Requirements Document (CARD) that articulates the specific requirements for a stand-alone, mobile potable water treatment system to be used during disaster response efforts. S&T worked with the emergency response and recovery communities to identify the need for mobile water treatment systems in the field, and will evaluate solutions proposed by the private sector under the System Efficacy through Commercialization Utilization Relevance and Evaluation (SECURE) program.

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