Diesel road vehicles are the cause of a relatively small percentage of particulate matter in Europe and the U.S., and the amount is continuing to decline. A report issued by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe says 83%  of particulate matters emissions PM 2.5 and PM10 in European Union countries and 97% in the U.S. and Canada is generated by other economic activity, mainly the commercial, institutional and household sectors. “We conclude with a high degree of ...

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