Surrey Heath sits to the west of Surrey straddling the M3 motorway, which is the Borough's biggest polluter. The motorway and congested feeder roads that run through settlements such as Camberley, Bagshot and Windlesham are the most obvious sources of pollution with peak time congestion causing vehicle engines to run inefficiently.
Throughout the Borough the Council monitors the air for common traffic related pollutants to ensure areas continue to be compliant with national standards. Currently the Blackwater Valley Group including representatives from SHBC, Guildford BC, Rushmoor BC, and Surrey and Hampshire County Councils are exploring ways in which air quality can be improved adjacent to the A331.
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Clean Air Day Campaign
Air pollution is real and harms the health of millions. But there are lots of simple things we can do to improve air quality and look after our own and other people’s health.
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