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Air quality / environment, Scotland

Glasgow sets up city-wide AQMA

Glasgow City Council is designating the whole of the city an air quality management area for particulates because of the Scottish Government’s tougher standard for the pollutant.

The original particulates AQMA covered only the city centre. Councillor Jim Coleman told LTT: “What we have to address is that targets in Scotland have become extremely strict, so areas that pass European tests quite comfortably will not be within national tolerances. That’s a picture we expect to...

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