LETS BURN CLEANER FUELS.
DEFRA have said that around 38% of particulate matter emissions come from burning coal and wood in our houses. Burning dirty fuel is a large contributor to air pollution, so stop using smokey coal and wet wood. You can reduce your emissions by using cleaner, drier and more efficient fuels. Buy Ready to Burn Wood and smokeless products, many companies are now signed up to the Ready to Burn scheme. Look for the Woodsure Ready to Burn logo, it means that the fuel has the correct moisture content and is sustainably sourced. These fuels give us a better air quality and more heat.
The government's clean air strategy says that only the cleanest stoves will be available to buy by 2022. Using right fuels with these stoves is an important part of getting the stove to work as efficiently as possible and emission reduction. Other important points include don't leave your stove slumbering overnight and get the chimney swept regularly. Checkout burnright.co.uk.