Businesses should train drivers to cut air pollution, says UK health watchdog

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Businesses should train drivers to cut air pollution, says UK health watchdog

NICE proposals to reduce health impacts of air pollution also include removing speed bumps and implementing "no vehicle idling" areas around schools

Businesses should prep their transport staff to modify their driving, in order to reduce emissions which contribute to poor air quality, the UK's national health body has said. In a draft guidance released...

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