The City of Nottingham is subject to a number of Smoke Control Orders covering the whole of the City's administrative area.
Smoke Control Orders declare and define Smoke Control Areas and restrict or prohibit the burning of coal or wood.
Each area has a corresponding 'Operative Date' of when the Order came into effect.
The smoke control programme has significantly improved air quality for City residents by reducing the concentrations of smoke and sulphur dioxide which are emitted when coal and some other fuels are burned.
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