AQEG Report published - Paints and Surfaces for the Removal of Nitrogen Oxides
News published: 13/04/2016
There is increased interest in the use of outdoor photocatalytic surfaces (surfaces that act as a catalyst when exposed to light) as a means of reducing concentrations of various pollutants; principally nitrogen oxides (NOx which includes nitrogen monoxide, NO and nitrogen dioxide, NO2), and particularly NO2.
The report on Paints and Surfaces for the Removal of Nitrogen Oxides, prepared by the Air Quality Expert Group (AQEG) for Defra and the Devolved Administrations looks at the available evidence on the efficacy of photocatalytic paints and surfaces and their impact on ambient concentrations of nitrogen oxides.
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