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Title Indoor Air Pollution from Household Use of Solid Fuels Description Most research into and control of indoor air pollution worldwide has focused on sources of particular concern in developed countries, such as environmental tobacco smoke, volatile organic compounds from furnishings, and radon from soil. Although these pollutants have impacts on health, little is known about their global distribution. Thus this research focuses solely on indoor smoke from household use of solid fuels, the most widespread traditional paper of indoor air pollution on a global scale.

By Kirk Smith, Sumi Mehta, and Mirjam Maeusezahl-Feuz.
Attachment chapt 18 iap from soid fuels.pdf pdf Download
Organization WHO - World Health Organization
Location: continent Global


Energy service type 012 Cooking
032 Heating
Themes Health
Fuels Branches
Rice husk
Saw dust
Technology 010 Stoves
011 Briquettes And Pellets
031 Biofuels
041 Biochar
Submitted by Christopher Hughes
Created Monday 12 of September, 2011 14:52:05 GMT
by Christopher Hughes

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