The European Parliament gives the nod to a compromise package with European Union ministers limiting particulate matter in ambient air, a move that could pressure EU governments into restricting diesel use or introducing tougher standards on engine design. The new rule imposes maximum concentration levels for the finest particles, PM2.5, which until now have not been regulated. Incorporated into the text of a new EU air-quality directive, Parliament members and EU ministers have agreed ...
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