AN ASSESSMENT of the cost of European Commission plans to introduce legislation to control the emission of poly-aromatic hydrocarbons has been released by Brussels. The study examines the benefits to human health of reducing concentrations of PAH's in the air to meet different possible limit values, and theh economic costs involved in meeting them. PAH's are released from combustion, including industrial processes such as aluminium smelting. *The full text is available at

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