Sewage disposal blamed for metals in groundwater

Groundwater in Staffordshire has been contaminated with cadmium and other toxic metals as a result of sewage disposal on farmland, a report commissioned by the Environment Agency suggests. An aquifer near Stourbridge contains cadmium at levels above safe drinking water limits.

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