Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone could see ‘greater benefits’
A drop in air pollution levels in Bath is a possible indicator of ‘greater benefits’ for Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone. Average nitrogen dioxide (NO2) concentrations within Bath’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) are 12.6% lower following the first quarter of the measures being in place compared to the same period in 2019. The figures are given in a report due to go before Bath and North East Somerset Council’s Cabinet on 9 September 2021.
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