Urban air monitoring in "urgent need" of review

Monitoring of urban air pollution in the UK is in urgent need of rationalisation and expansion, according to the first report of the Department of the Environment's Quality of Urban Air Review Group (QUARG).1

The report, currently available in summary only, is clear that the six new urban monitoring sites announced by the DoE in January should be only a beginning (ENDS Report 204, p 9 ). It recommends that the network "be developed to monitor in at least 24 of the UK's major towns and cities". This is more ambitious th

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