How to Kill a Zombie Fire

Peat fires are notoriously known as “zombie fires” for their sheer unwillingness to die. Deep in the soil, water cannot get every piece of burning peat, leaving behind pockets of dead plant matter that burn for months on end. However, a team of scientists have found a way to strike these fires down for good; their special blend of water and suppressant seeps into the peat more effectively to extinguish the fires 40 times faster than plain water.
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