Deep issues: Why groundwater pollution is so hard to beat

The saga of bromate pollution still underlying the St Leonards Court housing estate in St Albans 19 years after it was detected is a reminder of just how difficult cleaning up groundwater can be.

The Helpston groundwater remediation facility
The Environment Agency has invested heavily in treating polluted groundwater in Helpston, Northamptonshire

The saga of bromate pollution still underlying the St Leonards Court housing estate in St Albans 19 years after it was detected is a reminder of just how difficult cleaning up groundwater can be.

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