Monitoring data underused in improving air quality

The first national picture of local authority air quality monitoring has emerged from a survey by the National Society for Clean Air (NSCA). The results show that all but a tiny minority carry out some monitoring - but they also reveal that air quality data are rarely used to inform decisions on local plans or individual planning or road proposals, or for other air quality management purposes.

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