Applying innovative clean air technology solutions to the most polluting sectors in Europe would result in significant savings for taxpayers over the next seven years, a report by sustainable energy experts has found.
Speaking on Tuesday at the launch of the study in Brussels, European Commission vice-president Maroš Šefcovic said that for the healthcare sector, “the staggering figure of indirect costs related to air pollution is €940 billion [per year], which is really dramatic”.
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