Government advisors reject claims for NOx-destroying paint

The government’s Air Quality Expert Group (AQEG) has rejected the idea that surface coatings intended to remove pollution should be included as part of government strategy, despite strong protestation from some sectors of industry

Photocatalytic used on the residence of the Swedish Ambassador to the UK
The Swedish ambassador's residence in London was the first building to be painted with photocatalytic paint in the UK

The government’s Air Quality Expert Group (AQEG) has rejected the idea that surface coatings intended to remove pollution should be included as part of government strategy, despite strong protestation from some sectors of industry.

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