London fails air quality standard as suppressant row escalates

The capital has already exceeded its annual limit on days of poor air quality, but politicians and NGOs have weighed in against the use of dust suppressant.

Marylebone Rd and Upper Thames Street in London are sprayed overnight with calcium magnesium acetate solution (photo: Simon Berkett/Clean Air in Cities Ltd)
Marylebone Rd and Upper Thames Street in London are sprayed overnight with calcium magnesium acetate solution (photo: Simon Berkett/Clean Air in Cities Ltd)

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