Anything that remedies a deleterious pre-existing condition in the environment can be considered environmental remediation. For example, “removal of pollution or contaminants” from any piece of the environment would be considered environmental remediation. Agencies (like the United States’ Environmental Protection Agency) often establish standards for what exactly qualifies as environmental remediation. Environmental remediation falls into two categories: in situ (inside soil) and ex situ (outside of soil).
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