Broxburn Air Quality Management Area
An Air Quality Management Area (AQMA) for Broxburn was declared in March 2011 due to exceedances of both Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and fine particulates (PM10). An Air Quality Action Plan (AQAP) has been developed and approved with measures to reduce air pollution levels in Broxburn.
Aof air quality was carried out and it found that road traffic, principally cars, is the main source of air pollution in central Broxburn.
An AQMA was declared by a legal order in March 2011 due to the air pollution levels exceeding permitted levels. You can find the.
Air Quality Action Plan
A draft Air Quality Action Plan (AQAP) was developed. It was subject to wide consultation over 6 weeks, both internal and external, including transport operators, local residents, community council, local businesses and elected members. The feedback from the consultation shaped the finalised action plan and the priority given to each measure.
A finalised version of the AQAP was then developed and prior to adoption, a further 6 week public consultation was carried out. The finalised Action Plan lists the measures considered worthy of pursuit and details timescales for their implementation. The.
Anyone with views on the Air Quality Management Area (AQMA) for Broxburn or the Air Quality Action Plan (AQAP) can email email@example.com or post to West Lothian Council, Environmental Health, c/o West Lothian Civic Centre, Howden South Road, Livingston, West Lothian, EH54 6FF.
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