The Current Situation and Development Trend of Contaminated Land Restoration
Keywords:Contaminated Land; Policy Orientation; Repair Technology; Expectation.
In recent years, the situation of land pollution has become increasingly serious, exacerbating the contradiction between supply and demand of land resources, and seriously threatening the red line of arable land and food security. In order to alleviate conflicts, ensure the red line of arable land, protect food security, and increase construction land, it is necessary to combine government policy guidance and use engineering technology to turn polluted land into usable land. By consulting literature and studying the policy orientation of contaminated land, combined with the engineering and technical experience of contaminated land restoration in recent years, this paper explores and summarizes the current situation of contaminated land, the policy orientation and technical means of contaminated land restoration, and finally looks forward to the development trend of global contaminated land restoration technology.
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