Emissions status of large woodstoves / by Charles LeMay.: NH17-329/1991E-PDF

"New woodstoves technologies have reduced pollutant emissions by a factor of 10. There is no pollution requirement for woodstoves in Canada, mainly due to the lack of interest of environment ministries. Canadian manufacturers who want to certify their products to a low-emissions standard must go to the United States. The American EPA has spearheaded the development of low-emissions stoves by imposing a strict ceiling on particulate emissions"--Summary.

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Department/Agency Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, issuing body.
Title Emissions status of large woodstoves / by Charles LeMay.
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Digitized edition from print [produced by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation].
"CMHC Project Officer: Chris Ives."
Includes bibliographical references (page 13).
Summary in English and French.
Publishing information Ottawa, Ontario : CMHC = SCHL, June 1991.
Author / Contributor LeMay, Charles,1938- author.
Description 1 online resource (14 pages) : charts
Catalogue number
  • NH17-329/1991E-PDF
Subject terms Stoves, Wood.
Indoor air pollution.
Fuelwood -- Burning.
Poêles à bois.
Air intérieur -- Pollution.
Bois de chauffage -- Brûlage.
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