May 2010
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);May2010, Issue 424, p41
The article offers news briefs on environmental issues. Environmental Protection UK has revised its guidance on assessing how local air quality can be affected by proposed enhancements. The Environment Agency has issued guidance that managers of previously exempt waste sites will need to show they are technically competent. The Mayor of London has submitted proposals to delay the third stage of the capital's low emission zone (LEZ).


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