Agency: Air Quality in Slovenia Not in Line with EU Rules
Ljubljana, 8 March - Air quality in Slovenia is much worse than 45 years ago and is not in line with EU regulations, Environmental Agency (ARSO) head Joško Knez said at a conference on Friday. He added that the biggest problem were small hard particles (PM10), which are proven to have a negative impact on health.
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