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Nowadays, one of the most important topics in context of environmental and health hazard research became airborne particles. Exposure to traffic-related PM plays an important role in the development of adverse health effects. Traffic-generated particles are associated with cardiovascular and pulmonary effects, as shown by both epidemiological and toxicological studies. Whilst exhaust gases in the road transport are already a concern for the European directives, there are currently no legal requirements for the control of non-exhaust particle emissions. Consequently, some of the approaches relating to non-exhaust particulate matter were highlighted. Researches reveal that the traffic-related emissions are major sources of suspended PM in the urban areas. Nevertheless, it can be claimed undoubtedly, that data relating to the physical and chemical properties, emission rates, and health consequences of non-exhaust particles derived from specific wear brake are uncertain/far from comprehensive.
Last date updated on July, 2014