Difficulties ahead in meeting proposed benzene-in-air standard

An air quality standard (AQS) for benzene proposed by an official advisory group may be exceeded in many British cities, according to local authority monitoring data. Possible difficulties in meeting the AQS will put pressure on oil companies to reduce the aromatic content of petrol.

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