Thames Corridor pollution study turns up the heat on road traffic

Air pollution in the East Thames Corridor should improve considerably by 2000 due to the introduction of catalytic converters, according to a report by HM Inspectorate of Pollution (HMIP).1 As a result, it has concluded that stringent controls will not be needed on most industrial emission sources in the area. But the report strengthens the case for tough planning controls to curb the growth in road transport.

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