Research and analysis

Groundwater impact of Danescourt Cemetery, Wolverhampton

The impact cemeteries on groundwater quality at the Danescourt cemetery, Wolverhampton.

This publication was withdrawn on

This publication was withdrawn on 14/03/2017. For current guidance see cemeteries and burials: prevent groundwater pollution.

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Groundwater impact of Danescourt Cemetery, Wolverhampton

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This report presents the results of a joint investigation by the British Geological Survey (BGS) and the Environment Agency (the Agency) into the impact cemeteries on groundwater quality at the Danescourt cemetery, Wolverhampton. It has been carried out within the terms of the memorandum of understanding between the Environment Agency and the Natural Environment Research Council (British Geological Survey) which aligns research activities. The report is a contribution to the Environment and Health Project of the British Geological Survey which is looking into the main pathways of human exposure to anthropogenic contamination.

Published 1 December 2007