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We have a legal duty to manage air quality in South Gloucestershire.
Local authorities are required by law to identify local air quality problems and to take action to tackle them.
We produce a number of reports relating to air quality in the area.
Chimney heights have to be approved by the local authority, under the Clean Air Act 1993.
A designated local authority may carry out roadside vehicle emission checks in an effort to reduce pollution from road traffic.
If you idle your vehicle unnecessarily while stopped you could be given a £20 fixed penalty ticket