Storm looms over latest EU air quality proposal

Proposals for a fourth EU "daughter" Directive on air quality standards for heavy metals, arsenic and polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) have sparked controversy. Environmental groups claim that the standards are far too weak, while industry says they are far too strict - suggesting that the Directive is in for a rocky ride.

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