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Why England’s rivers will remain polluted with toxic chemicals until 2063

Targets to get all of England’s water bodies back to good health by 2015 have been pushed back to 2027 and even this stretch goal will be missed. But the persistence of some substances mean that rivers will not be deemed healthy until as far out as 2063, finds Rachel Salvidge

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