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Reducing the risks of poisonous emissions from stoves

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Reducing the risks of poisonous emissions from stoves
Main author (HEDON member)
grant@ecoharmony.com
Authors (non HEDON members)
Harald H Jawurek
Abstract
To keep warm in cold climates, fires and stoves are needed for space heating as well as for cooking. These fires are often in rooms with little ventilation and they bum for long periods. People are thus exposed to high levels of combustion emissions for a long time - the health impact of these emissions on the users is therefore particularly severe...
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38
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miriam@hedon.info

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Climate change
Health
Location: continent
Africa
Location: African countries
South Africa
Keywords
Emissions    CO    Smoke    HealthRisks    BoilingPoint38   

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BP38_ReducingTheRisksOfPoisonousEmissionsFromStoves


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