Pollution projects

September 2009
Utility Week;9/11/2009, p7
Trade Publication
The article focuses on CSI Seaside, a water pollution project from the Environment Agency of Great Britain. The agency has developed a DNA technique which separates the DNA in faecal matter to identify whether it is human or animal in origin. It explains how the rapid identification of the causes of water pollution will affect environment officers and public information.


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