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Residence Halls remain open until noon Saturday. Bemis & Barnes have space for those who need to stay longer. Visit WKU Housing & Residence Life for more information.

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HazWatch, LLC

HazWatch, LLC is a small business dedicated to research and development, data acquisition, information management, and planning for communities in relation to commodity transport of hazardous materials.

Hazardous material transport and commodity flow information managed by HazWatch can be used to better prepare communities, cities, states and other jurisdictions for hazardous material incident response through planning, training and operations.

An innovative solution in development is the HazWatch system. The HazWatch system will provide real-time hazardous material commodity flow data, vital reporting of statistics for incident planning, interactive apps for emergency management and messaging services.

Currently, HazWatch, LLC specializes in commodity flow studies of hazardous materials to inform communities of potential incident risks.



Please read the overview of the HazWatch system. Phase I of HazWatch will be tested in 2013. HazWatch, LLC is currently seeking interested stakeholders to take part in the pilot program. If you have interest in being part of this program, please send an email to

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The HazWatch System is an innovative solution for commodity flow monitoring and studies of hazardous material transport. Using a state of the art automated configuration, HazWatch will monitor the commodity flow of hazardous materials as they are transported through roadways and rail systems of communities, cities, counties and states.

Commodity flow information managed through this system can be used to better prepare communities, cities, states and other jurisdictions for hazardous material incident response, training and operations. HazWatch will provide real-time data, interactive apps and messaging services. The system will be tested in 2013.


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