Groundwater clean-up and the art of the possible

While the UK's policy for tackling groundwater contamination has inched forward over the past couple of years, major uncertainties remain over the number of contaminated sites, the risks they pose, the costs and liability implications of any clean-up, and the capabilities of remediation technologies. In contrast, the USA has been attempting to address these issues for more than a decade - and has learnt some painful lessons in the process, as a report from the National Research

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