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The aim of remediation The 2012 guidance sets out the aim of remediation as being: 'a) to remove identified significant contaminant linkages, or permanently to disrupt them to ensure they are no longer significant and that risks are reduced to below an unacceptable level; and/or b) To take reasonable measures to remedy harm or pollution...

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