Lethal chemical leak puts spotlight on wood preserving sector

A chemical spill which caused serious damage to aquatic life in the river Bourne near Woking and forced the closure of drinking water abstraction points has called into question the adequacy of the spillage containment measures used by the wood preserving industry.

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