Three urban ‘supersite’ air quality monitoring stations to be built

The UK is to expand its tally of so-called ‘supersite’ air quality monitoring stations from two to five

Part of the Auchencorth Moss air quality monitoring station
The Auchencorth Moss air quality monitoring facility has a wide array of pollution detection technologies. Photograph: Centre for Ecology and Hydrology

A new series of advanced air quality monitoring stations is to be built in London, Birmingham and Manchester.

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