Marginal land restoration scoping study information review and feasibility study

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  • Brownfields -- Environmental aspects -- Great Britain.,
  • Hazardous waste site remediation -- Great Britain -- Planning.

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Statementreport prepared for exSite Research Limited by r3 Environmental Technology Limited and Forest Research ; Paul Bardos ... [et al.]
SeriesProject report -- 1, Project report (ExSite Research Limited) -- 1.
ContributionsBardos, Paul., ExSite Research Limited., R3 Environmental Technology Limited., Great Britain. Forest Research.
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Paginationvi, 109 p. :
Number of Pages109
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Open LibraryOL19501161M
ISBN 100953309029

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