Homeland Security Research

Cincinnati, OH - HQ

 

Site Contact:

Kathy Nickel
Communication Director

nickel.kathy@epa.gov

26 Martin Luther King Dr. W.
Cincinnati, OH 45268
response.epa.gov/nhsrc

Latitude: 39.1367910
Longitude: -84.5105420

After the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and the subsequent mailing of letters containing anthrax spores, EPA was assigned homeland security responsibilities. Named the lead federal agency responsible for water security and remediation following an attack on indoor or outdoor areas, EPA established the National Homeland Security Research Center (NHSRC) to develop and deliver reliable, responsive expertise and products based on scientific research and evaluations of technology.

The NHSRC works closely with OLEM to understand the needs of the response community and is dedicated to meeting those needs with useful, timely products and technical support.

CHECK OUT THE BIO RESPONSE OPERATIONAL TESTING AND RESPONSE VIDEO UNDER LINKS

AFTER ACTION REPORT NOW AVAILABLE UNDER DOCUMENTS


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