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European Environment Agency reports on emissions from power plants

7:22 AM MDT | June 20, 2013 | Michael Ravenscroft

Emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO2), and dust from electricity-generating large combustion plants (LCPs) in the European Union have fallen since 2004, the European Environmental Agency (EEA; Copenhagen) says in a report, Reducing air pollution from electricity-generating large combustion plants in the European Union. Emissions of NOx for the sector fell by 30% during 2004–09 for the 27 EU member states, the report says. Emissions of SO2 and dust fell by 53% and 58%, respectively, over the same period. Not all this reduction occurred...

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