Brussels consults on air quality law review

The European Commission is seeking views on the future of EU ambient air quality legislation

Air quality monitoring station
Air quality has not improved at the pace that was anticipated when the Ambient Air Quality Directive was agreed

The European Commission is seeking views on the future of EU ambient air quality legislation.

It forms a part of the ‘fitness check’ that it began last year on the 2008 Ambient Air Quality Directive and the 2004 ‘Fourth Daughter Directive’ which sets limits for heavy metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. The exercise is due to be completed in just under a year’s time.

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