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Best practice in soil bioremediation

Wider application and diffusion of bioremediation technologies: the Amsterdam ' 95 workshop: 369-379

Best practice in soil bioremediation

Best practice in soil bioremediation requires the implementation of a series of protocols and procedures at various stages of the treatment process in order to fulfil project objectives in a safe and cost-effective manner.

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