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Difficulties in the Quantitative Assessment of Contaminated Land

Since the mid-1960s there has been a growing awareness of the effect of contamination from the past industrial use of sites being considered for redevelopment. Graham Helme

Author(s): Helme, G

Keywords: contaminated land;industry;pollution;environment;guidelines;health and safety;site investigation;methods;waste disposal;sampling