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Land contamination can give rise to volatile contaminants which can pose a risk of harm to human health by asphyxiation or illness if inhaled. Vapours and gases such as methane may also pose a risk of fire or explosion.

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BSI

Chartered Institute of Environmental Health

  • The Local Authority Guide to Ground Gas. Wilson, S., Card, G. and Haines, S.: Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, London, 2008. - Out of Print

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CL:AIRE

Environment Agency

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NCE

NHBC

United States Environmental Protection Agency

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