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Birmingham garage joins Autogas garage network


Selly Oak based Harborne Garage has been picked to join Autogas's LPG conversion network.

The appointment comes after Birmingham was named by the World Health Organisation as one of the 10 worst cities in the UK for air quality, with pollution claiming up to five hundred and thirty lives in the city each year.

“Having read about the air quality problems which are mainly caused by diesel vehicles, we wanted to take a leading position within Birmingham and the West Midlands and are therefore delighted to have been selected to join the new Autogas network,” explained Steve Law, service manager, Harborne Garage.

General Manager of Autogas, Linda Gomersall, said: “With poor air quality responsible for an estimated twenty nine thousand deaths in the UK every year – equivalent to the entire population of Stratford upon Avon – it is great news to have Harborne join the conversion network and assist Birmingham in its mission to address air pollution.”

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