“Trees can have negative effects on air quality cities”
A health institution did the British government warns that trees could have a negative effect on air quality. If they are in the wrong places in cities are dropped, can pollution just in the streets, linger.
“Leaves and branches slow down air flow, allowing harmful substances linger”, quoted The Guardian Thursday from a new national guideline for local governments that will soon be issued.
Trees keep fine dust and purify the air, but on the other hand, there may also be exhaust gases under linger.
Municipalities should advise you not to think of it as a call for trees to cut. They should, however, be aware that trees in the right places put down and are in need of maintenance.
Just as in other European countries leads to air pollution in Great Britain to many health problems. According to the newspaper die annually forty thousand British people to the effects of contaminated air.