Air quality has worsened in the city of Madrid this year as nitrogen dioxide (NO2) levels increase, which is why the European regulations on the limits of this pollutant have been breached for the eighth consecutive year, which may lead to a Brussels fine. The absence of rainfall and winds that clean the atmosphere of the city, the high temperatures, together with the traffic of vehicles, especially those of diesel engine, and heating have caused an increase in pollution.

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