Defense & Public Safety

Protecting Our Heroes on
the Front Line

D7 Applications for Military and First Responders

D7 was originally created to counter dangers that military and first responders could meet in the field, from chemical attacks to biohazard contaminants. The same advanced formula that D7 is based on has been used numerous times to remediate public spaces following harmful toxic attacks, such as the Hart building following an anthrax attack in the wake of 9/11. Although Decon7 has expanded into the food and biosecurity industry, we are still active in maintaining health and safety within defense applications, and we continuously explore new uses that reduce the risks individuals meet on the front line.

  • Chemical warfare attacks

  • Narcotics

  • Biological terrorism and microbial attacks

  • Carcinogens

  • Toxic contaminants in emergency situations

Key Advantages of D7

    Low in toxicity and corrosive materials, benign to
    the environment, and safe for use in food facilities.
    D7 is already utilized by fire departments, military
    operations, and police forces around the country.
    D7 is a stable chemical formula that can be safely
    transported without extra security measures.
    Our product is proven through numerous
    regulatory standards and third-party testing.

Grant Assistance for Public Safety Officials

Numerous grants are available for public safety professionals to gain funding for D7 services and products. We can help you find and obtain federal, private, or state grants in order to improve the safety and security of your team. From help finding appropriate grants to successfully writing applications and grant justification papers, we help you to bring D7’s life-saving potential into your department and then protect that funding so it can be used for its intended purpose.

Approved to Remediate and Destroy Life-Threatening Toxins

Chemical Agents:

• GA (Tabun)
• GD (Soman)
• GB (Sarin)
• VX Nerve Agent

Biological Agents:

• Botulinum (Toxin)
• Y. Pestis (Plague)
• Bacillus Anthracis (Anthrax)
• Ricin (Toxin)

Toxic Industrial Chemicals

• Malathion
• Hydrogen Cyanide (gas)
• Sodium Cyanide (solid)
• Phosgene
• Phosphoric Acid
• Phosphine