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Mediate to remediate The award of the UK's first mobile plant licence for a bioremediation process marks a big step forward in brownfield redevelopment, says Alistair Kean.

More than two years of battling with bureaucracy paid off for Bio-Logic Remediation of Glasgow last month when it received its long awaited mobile plant licence. This allows the company to operate ex-situ bioremediation projects throughout the country with the only additional requirement being the approval of a method statement by the local Environment Agency or Scottish Environment Protection Agency office.

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