Prospects for PM<SUB>2.5</SUB> standard up in the air

Work to develop a new air quality standard for fine particles has been hindered by a lack of epidemiological evidence and PM10 may still be the most appropriate measure for particulate pollution, according to an official panel. Meanwhile, with the deadline just a few weeks away, only a handful of local authorities have completed their local air quality management review and assessment exercises.

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