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Transport is the main source of air pollution in the area.  Visit to help you make better travel choices for you and the environment.











A recent study by Healthy Air Campaign, King's College London and Camden council found that travelling on foot or by bike exposed commuters to significantly fewer fumes than using a car or bus - so get fit and help reduce air pollution by cycling.


A charge point on the Source West network.











If you have access to an electric vehicle, see where our Source West charging points are located:


To reduce air pollution at home:

  • Buy water based or low solvent paints, varnishes, glues and wood preservers.
  • Avoid burning solid fuels. If you live in the smoke control area (within former Bath City boundary) use only authorised (smokeless) fuels.
  • Don't light bonfires when pollution levels in the area are high.
  • Never burn plastic or rubber.

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