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Title: National Groundwater and Contaminated Land Centre business plan : 1999-2000 and beyond
Author: Environment Agency
Document Type: Monograph
The Agency is charged with a range of duties and powers relating to the management and protection of groundwater. Groundwater is a major resource supplying nationally over 35% of all public water but a considerably higher proportion in lowland England where there is most pressure. Land and soil are increasingly seen as a national resource and considerations of their quality and vulnerability to pollution is an emerging environmental area. The National Groundwater and Contaminated Land Centre (NGCLC) has a key part to play in delivering the Agency response on these issues. This report provides information on the Business Plan of the NGCLC during the period 1999-2000.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 1999
Publication Place: Bristol
Subject Keywords: GroundwaterWater resourcesGroundwater pollutionContaminationLand resourcesSoil conservationAnnual reportsBusiness plans
Geographic Keywords: EnglandWales
Extent: 10; + appendices
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