Raising awareness of air pollution

A new agreement concerning monitoring pollutant levels has been signed

20 December 2017

France is to measure 90 air polluting substances and pesticides from 2018 onwards, in a bid to raise the public’s awareness of the quality of the air.

A new agreement to monitor levels of pollutants, pesticides and fine particles in the air has been signed between air quality surveillance organisation Atmo France and food and environment safety agency Anses.

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