London’s air can comply with the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) guideline limit for fine particulates by 2030, if the mayor is given additional powers over non-transport emission sources, according to a report by the Greater London Authority.
Fine particulate matter, PM2.5, can be naturally occurring, such as dust and sea salt, and man-made, such as from vehicle exhausts, tyres, brakes, road surfaces, wood burning, non-mobile machinery, and cooking.
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