The land not left behind

The land not left behind

Throughout the world our relationship with the land and soil has changed massively with one exception, we need soil to grow food and provide grazing land for animals. There has long been debate amongst scientists as to what the point is when there are too many humans and not enough land to feed them. Given that the population is rising, and aging, these questions, in light of environmental changes, have come under stronger focus. If seas do rise and we lose more land what happens then? Another question is what can we do with the land that we have that has been used for industrial or other commercial aspects that have run their course. The answer may well lie in the work of Soil Remediation Services like those provided by soilfix.co.uk/services/groundwater-soil-remediation-services.

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Reclaiming land and soil through loss is a good opportunity for future business and it may well turn out to be our savior. Being an island, the land we have is at an absolute premium in terms of its use. The pressure on the South East of the country shows no sign of abating and the growth of London is not something that is welcome in all parts of the country.

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With land and soil remediation we can take back some of these sights and repurpose them. What was once an old factory or an office block can become agricultural land or be repurposed to a leisure activity. Given the rise in our population alone, the need for space so that we can find a restful spot is becoming more and more important.

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