A Study of Optimal Siting of Hazardous Materials Response Teams in the Commonwealth of Virginia
The report describes a method for determining the optimal placement of response teams in Virginia. The three sites in Virginia that provided the most coverage of the state within a two-hour response period were analyzed as was the optimal placement of teams at four sites. The author concluded that four response teams, located throughout the state, could provide emergency response to every location in Virginia.
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