EU Confronts Five Countries Over Air Pollution Limits
The commission said that France, Italy, Spain, Slovenia and the United Kingdom had exceeded EU limits on ambient concentrations of sulfur dioxide, an air pollution usually generated from industrial smokestacks.
Sulfur dioxide has been known to cause respiratory problems and aggravate cardiovascular disease. It is also one of several pollutants found in acid rain, which causes damage to ecosystems,...
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