by M E Crowther

Issue: 28

Journal section: Theme Articles
Not yet available in PDF format

[edit] [read more]

Received: 2010-10-05


Recent studies have highlighted the health problems associated with smoke from burning biomass upon stoves and open fires in houses where there is no chimney or other way of directly discharging this smoke to the outside (ref. 1). This problem is greatly increased if the solid fuel used is of fossil origin and has a significant tar or sulphur content...

Click here to read more

Tags: Chimneys    Hoods    Smoke    BoilingPoint28   

010 Stoves Health

Stars: (0)

Back | Issue 28 | Boiling Point Main Page | Issues Archive | Articles Archive | Submit a paper

  • A practitioner's journal on household energy, stoves and poverty reduction.

Upcoming Events

No records to display