Study: Health threat from workplace air pollution 'underplayed' in UK

Cecilia Keating
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Existing indoor air pollution regulation is too weak, campaigners warn | Credit: Science in HD
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Existing indoor air pollution regulation is too weak, campaigners warn | Credit: Science in HD

Indoor air pollution risks exacerbating prior health issues of up to 440,000 manufacturing and logistics workers in the UK, Global Action Plan warns

Dangerous levels of indoor air pollution are threatening the health of hundreds of thousands of manufacturing workers across the UK, while also damaging production line efficiency and businesses' profit...

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