With the government aiming to clean up the UK’s air quality, wood burners and open fires are likely to come under scrutiny
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Burning wood and coal in people's homes will come under scrutiny as part of a government drive to improve air pollution.
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London Mayor Sadiq Khan is seeking new powers to ban wood burning in the most polluted areas of the capital.
The mayor has written to the Environment Secretary Michael Gove asking for greater powers to tackle air pollution not caused by traffic.
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