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Percentage of the EU urban population exposed to SO2 concentrations over the daily average limit value for protection of human health, 2002–2011

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Monitoring data from AirBase provide the basis for estimating the European population's exposure to exceedances of the SO2 limit value of 125 µg/m3 as a daily average. According to the relevant directive, this limit value should not to be exceeded on more than three days in a year and was to be met by 2005.

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