Western Europe and the Scandinavian members of the EU have seen a sharp drop in many airborne pollutants over the past 15 years, as the effect of years of air quality legislation are felt.
As traffic congestion and fuel costs rise, transporting London's waste by barge is becoming an increasingly realistic economic prospect, according to a waste expert addressing his peers in the city this week.
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