Air quality advisors warn against shift to PM<SUB>2.5</SUB>

Two official advisory bodies on air quality have come out strongly against the move to refocus monitoring and abatement efforts on smaller, more toxic particles (PM2.5). However, they appear to be swimming against the tide.

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