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Land surface contamination and remediation

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by Katarzyna Jankowska, senior environmental specialist, Arcadis


The problem of land surface contamination may apply to virtually every type of real estate, especially in urban and post-industrial areas. Basically, wherever human activity has left its mark. The correct definition of land surface contamination and effectively remediating it while meeting legal requirements is a task for professionals.

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