Landfarming is a biological process which uses naturally occurring micro-organisms, such as bacteria and fungi, to destroy or transform harmful chemicals in soil.
These guidelines set out the EPA’s expectations for those undertaking landfarming and provide information on
- how landfarming works
- assessing whether landfarming is the best option
- safeguards for protecting human health and the environment during the landfarming process
- developing a landfarming strategy for a specific site
- legislative requirements