Adeptus Blog

February 18, 2016
Definition of Waste: Development Industry Code of Practice (CL:AIRE)

The CL:AIRE (Contaminated Land: Applications in Real Environments) Development Industry Code of Practice version 2, enables the on site re-use of materials such as soil, as an alternative to landfill. If dealt with according to the code, these materials need not be classified as waste, so will not require an environmental permit, nor an official […]

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November 10, 2015
Study suggests willow trees grown in contaminated soil (phytoremediation) are more resistant to pests

Nature is amazing in its ability to defend and repair itself when harmed. A new study shows willow trees are able to turn on and off components of their DNA when planted in contaminated soil,… Trees can decontaminate land, while protecting themselves from pests Researchers from the University of Montreal have discovered that willow trees […]

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