Big businesses form club on contaminated land technology

Ten of Britain's top industrial businesses have joined together to form a new Soil and Groundwater Technology Association (SAGTA). Its main aim is to stimulate the development of more cost-effective remediation techniques, but it is also likely to bring under the spotlight the quality of contaminated land consultancy and analytical services.

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