Government to target farms and fuels to improve air quality

Farming, wood-burning and the quality of smokeless fuels will be hit by new measures to improve air quality, says the government’s 25-year environment plan

Slurry being spread on field. Photograph: Robert De Jong/123RF
Injecting slurry, rather than spreading it on fields, releases less ammonia. Photograph: Robert De Jong/123RF

Farming, wood-burning and smokeless fuels will be in line for new measures to control air pollution, according to the government’s 25-year environment plan.

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