Breath testing: EPA warns on air quality

Breath testing: EPA warns on air quality
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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has warned that Ireland’s air quality is failing to meet standards set for some pollutants by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Its latest report on the country’s air quality for 2016 finds that although no EU limits were breached, the stricter guidelines set by the WHO were exceeded at a number of sites. The EPA says Europe should move towards adopting the tighter WHO standards, which are based on...

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