Slovenia Gets Another EU Reprimand over Air Quality
Brussels, 24 January - Slovenia received a warning from the European Commission Thursday over poor air quality. The "additional letter of formal notice", sent to Slovenia, Bulgaria and Latvia, regarding PM10 particles is part of what the Commission says is a new approach to improving air quality. The Environment Ministry says it is striving for improvements.
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