Environmental platinum levels rising due to vehicle catalysts

Levels of platinum in road dusts, drain sediments and sewage sludge are rising because of emissions from vehicles with catalytic converters, a study sponsored by the Department of the Environment (DoE) has found.1 Although there appear to be no immediate repercussions for human health or the environment, the report says that the rising levels may be a cause for concern.

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