Guide to reduce building dust air quality risks

The Institute of Air Quality Management has updated guidance explaining how to deal with construction dust risks. It says there is evidence such dust has contributed to air quality breaches

by Simon Evans
Best practice being used to reduce dust at the Heygate estate in south London. Credit: Daniel Marsh
Best practice being used to reduce dust at the Heygate estate in south London. Credit: Daniel Marsh

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