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The quality of our air is vital with a growing body of evidence strengthening the argument for reducing concentrations of air pollutants. Poor air quality is a contributor to a wide range of adverse effects, affecting people over their life

The sources of outdoor pollutants principally include industrial and road traffic emissions, deriving from burning fossil fuels

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