NTU’s Prof Lam Yeng Ming on plants that could help remove toxic metals from contaminated soil

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Singapore’s very own tropical plants might hold the answer to cleaning up contaminated land in an eco-friendly way. NTU scientists have discovered plants that can remove toxic heavy metals accumulated in soil due construction and pollution.This means contaminated land in land-scarce Singapore can be repurposed for new developments in a greener way. Lead researcher Professor Lam Yeng Ming, who is chair of NTU’s School of Materials Science & Engineering, shared how this would be impactful in urban settings like Singapore.

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