Businesses can save money and protect worker and public health by encouraging all drivers to avoid engine idling, says Jack Alexander.
Air pollution in the UK, especially in urban areas, is a public health emergency. Invisible pollutants like nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and particulate matter (PM) are often associated with road traffic and are responsible for chronic health conditions of the heart, lungs and brain. Air pollution is a silent killer, but with low-cost actions we can work to tackle emissions and safeguard public health.
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