Emission inventory highlights Shell's impact on air quality

Over 20% of Merseyside's emissions of 1,3-butadiene - a carcinogen normally linked with traffic emissions - stem from a Shell oil refinery. The case illustrates the value of emission inventories in identifying industrial sources that may threaten compliance with air quality standards.

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