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SafeLane has been at the forefront of the systematic mitigation of the threat that unexploded ordnance poses in Germany since inception.

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During WWII, 1.5 million tonnes of high explosives were dropped on the territory of the Third Reich by British and American forces; 22,580 tonnes of ordnance was released over Hamburg alone. Allied bombs had a failure rate estimated at up to 20%; consequently, up to 300,000 tonnes of unexploded aerial ordnance remained across Germany and Austria after the war. Much of it poses a threat to life and commercial operations to this day.

For more information on all of our land and marine services, please visit SafeLane Deutschland's website and contact the head of department in your state. Your request will be passed on internally to the person responsible, who will then contact you as soon as possible.

Clearing contaminated land and marine environments since inception

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