April 2006

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HPIn Europe: New WHO guidelines will go to heart of European policy

You may be aware that there's some scratching of heads in this heavily dieselized continent about particulate matter (PM) pollution. The World Health Organization (WHO) has just issued its first Air Q..

Wright, Tim L., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

You may be aware that there's some scratching of heads in this heavily dieselized continent about particulate matter (PM) pollution. The World Health Organization (WHO) has just issued its first Air Quality Update since 1997. It's the agglomeration of science that is at the heart of air quality policy in the US and Europe. And one of the specific aims of the working group behind it has been for the new update to more successfully facilitate public health measures to curtail harmful PM. Therefore, WHO's update can be expected to inform considerably the debate in the European Parliament as important policy measures such as the Directive on Ambient Air and Cleaner Air for Europe (2005/447)

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