THE NATIONAL Coal Mining Museum for England is to receive a share of Euro 69 million in grants made by the European Commission under the EU LIFE Environment scheme. The museum's INWATCO project has been selected for funding; it aims to demonstrate and evaluate innovative techniques and procedures for the integrated management of groundwater resources in coal mining areas. The idea is to help coal mine regions meet the environmental standards demanded by the EU Water Framework Directive.

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