The three-year running mean of PM2.5 concentrations (2008–2010) is similar to the method used to calculate the average exposure indicator. Compiled data reflects background (non-traffic and non-industrial) urban and suburban stations.
Results for countries marked with an asterisk are based on less than three years of data.
The orange dots correspond to figures provided by the EU Member States in the air quality questionnaire.
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