Frontier Technology Tests Water

Contamination-Detecting Software Tapped by EPA

Closely watched by the Homeland Security Agency, the US Environmental Protection Agency is using Cincinnatti, Ohio as its first testing site for water-contamination detecting software. developed by Goleta-based Frontier Technology. The software is able to detect minute amounts of contamination instantly, though it is not yet able to identify the contaminant.

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