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5] versus CO emissions from biomass stoves compared with nonbiomass stoves during Water Boiling Tests (see Figure S4).
Emission of pollutants from a biomass stove, Energy Convers.
Unlike other biomass stoves, after the corn is burned, the removal of ashes requires no chisel and hammer.
For cities in the middle of the transition--when prices have risen to the level of modern fuel substitutes, such as oil or natural gas--a greater emphasis is warranted on transition fuels such as kerosene and charcoal, and on improved biomass stoves.
Biomass stove solutions can reduce toxic emissions by 40 to 60 percent, saving lives and better protecting the environment.
A biomass stove is any stove used to heat a home, or water within the home, with at least a 75 percent thermal efficiency rating.
Energy efficient or "green" improvements include: insulation, windows, doors, roofing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, water heaters, biomass stove, ground source heat pumps, solar energy systems, small wind energy systems and fuel cells.
Improved biomass stove intervention in rural Mexico: impact on the respiratory health of women.
The IRS announced it would offer a 30 percent consumer tax credit (up to $1,500) for the purchase and installation of a 75 percent-efficient biomass stove.
Some models were run after creating indicator variables for any biomass stove, any kerosene stove, and any gas stove, combining comparable primary and secondary stove types.
Two units of peanut grinder, two units of stainless steel table, peanut roaster, and a biomass stove will be acquired by KRAM's Food Products through the Setup.
1301) compared CO exposures and urinary PAH biomarkers before and after installation of an improved biomass stove in homes of a subsample of Mexican women participating in a randomized control trial study.
OBJECTIVE: We compared CO exposures and urinary PAH biomarkers pre- and postintervention with an improved biomass stove, the Patsari stove.
All 18 participants who had reported their main cookstove as being a biomass stove were found to be correct, as were the five reporting use of a LPG stove.
Two years ago, the government removed 16 per cent VAT on LPG and efficient biomass stoves, and reduced import duties on fuel-efficient stoves from 25 per cent to 10 per cent.