WATER and sewage treatment has left a "potentially nasty" legacy of 26 toxic sludge lagoons scattered around Scotland, an investigation by the Sunday Herald has revealed.
WATER and sewage treatment has left a \"potentially nasty\" legacy of 26 toxic sludge lagoons scattered around Scotland, an investigation by the Sunday Herald has revealed.
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26 sites contaminated with pollutants By Environment Editor Rob Edwards
Tens of thousands of cubic metres of sludge contaminated with aluminium and other pollutants are being stored at sites near Wigtown, Barrhead, Coatbridge, Falkirk, Cupar and Inverness, as well as across Argyll, Aberdeenshire, Sutherland, Orkney and elsewhere.
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