Bonfire night, domestic heating are major dioxin sources

Bonfires and fireworks on and around the 5 November contribute up to 14% of the total UK emissions of dioxins and furans to the atmosphere, according to researchers at the University of Lancaster.1 Air monitoring at a semi-rural site, distant from any major industrial pollution sources, showed a large increase in atmospheric levels, associated with bonfire night celebrations.

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