Urban NO2 levels stay high despite catalytic converters
Levels of nitrogen dioxide in British cities increased in 1995 for the second year running despite the growing use of catalytic converters, according to a survey carried out for the Department of the Environment (DoE).1 The finding will add to concerns that catalysts may fail to deliver the promised improvements in air quality.
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