Contaminated land: how to fix Part 2A

A national contaminated land regime with reformed liability rules would be cheaper and more efficient, experts say. Simon Evans reports

by Simon Evans
Brofiscin quarry was first recognised as contaminated in the 1970s but remediation did not start until 2011. Credit: Jeff Morgan 13/ Alamy
Brofiscin quarry was first recognised as contaminated in the 1970s but remediation did not start until 2011. Credit: Jeff Morgan 13/ Alamy

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