Secrecy hampers plans to demonstrate land remediation

A culture of secrecy is preventing more companies from offering up their contaminated sites for research on remediation, delegates at a conference in Birmingham heard in August. The conference examined the fraught business of removing dense non-aqueous phase liquids (DNAPL) from aquifers - and concluded that more research on novel methods was needed.

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