Air quality policy heads for shake-up

British and EU policy-makers are contemplating a major refocusing of air quality policy, with less emphasis on meeting concentration-based limits in badly polluted "hotspots" and a greater drive to reduce exposures to the population at large. The European Commission looks set to propose new air quality limits for very fine particles (PM2.5) - but is thinking about scrapping the challenging indicative standard for PM10.

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