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Biodiversity in new housing developments: creating wildlife-friendly communities, published by the NHBC Foundation in April 2021 defines engineered soil as: ‘A man-made substrate mixing soil with crushed stone, sands, etc to increase permeability and withstand compaction whilst retaining porosity. Typically used where there is a need to increase infiltration.’
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