Nitrogen oxides or nitrous oxide? The errors in DEFRA's emissions database revealed

Transcription errors and missing decimal points mean that some entries in DEFRA's key database of industrial pollutant releases are inaccurate, an ENDS investigation has found. Gareth Simkins reports.

by Gareth Simkins
Viridor's energy-from-waste plant in Exeter supposedly released nitrous oxide, rather than nitrogen oxides
Viridor's energy-from-waste plant in Exeter supposedly released nitrous oxide, rather than nitrogen oxides

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