MAFF sticks to its guns over air pollution code

A code of good agricultural practice in reducing air pollution from farms was published by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) on 14 July.1 The final version has been tightened up in a few places, but MAFF has ignored criticisms that the code will do little to reduce the environmental damage caused by ammonia emissions from animal units and livestock waste disposal.

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