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2 main postal facilities get anthrax-detection devices

Until last month, anthrax sent through the U.S. mail in the Orlando area probably would have gone unnoticed. Now, the Postal Service’s two main facilities — one near Orlando International Airport, the other in Lake Mary — are equipped with the latest technology available in biohazard detection. Using an air-collection system atop an automated sorting machine that processes 30,000 letters an hour, a cabinet-size computer now analyzes air samples of incoming mail and will alert workers if anthrax has been found. Full Story

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