You can reduce smog also – by using pellet fired boiler
Coal heating in houses is largely to blame for smog in Poland, that is mainly dark fumes rising from chimneys. It is so-called “low” emission from uneconomical household furnaces, stoves and boilers. According to statistics it is the households that generate more than 50% of emissions of particulate matter and almost 90% of carcinogenic benzo(a)pyrene.
Pellet fired stove offers comfort also
Pellets relates to a fuel that is still underestimated. The reason may be the fact that many persons are not familiar with use of pellet fired boiler for heating purposes. It may seem that use of biomass, namely sawdust or straw as a fuel in central heating boiler causes a lot of hassle and is labour-intensive. Nothing more misleading!
Class 5 and EkoDesign provides a new benchmark for central heating boilers
Unfortunately Poland has some of the worst air quality in Europe. The extent of the problem has been confirmed by World Health Organization Report based on data regarding the beginning of 2016. An astonishing 33 of Europe’s 50 most-polluted towns are in Poland and Polish town was ranked as the most polluted, what confirms how serious and huge is the problem.