Restrictions on emissions from construction machinery being used on projects on London are to introduced to cut air pollution in the capital.Under plans announced by the London Mayor, Boris Johnson, emissions from bulldozers, dump trucks and excavators will be 40% lower by 2020 than in 2010. The new rules will require construction equipmen
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