‘Devastating’: PM2.5 levels in breach of emissions limits as domestic wood burning rises

Annual emissions of particulate matter - PM2.5 and PM10 - increased by 8% and 6% respectively between 2020 and 2021, driven in part by a huge increase in domestic wood burning over the past decade, with the UK breaching a key emission reduction commitment, official figures have revealed.

by Pippa Neill

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