Gallery: Kitchens with Gas Appliances Could Have Higher Levels of Toxic...


A shocking new study reveals that people who live in apartments with gas appliances could be exposed to higher levels of toxic pollutants than they would be when walking through a congested city center. The research from the University of Sheffield, revealed that our desire to keep our urban homes as warm and as energy efficient as possible can lead to pollutant levels three times higher than the outdoor environment.

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  1. Gregor June 10, 2012 at 2:41 am

    Is NO2 Nitrogen dioxide, heavier that air? In other words, does it help to vent this gas out my vent fan above the stove? or does it fall to the floor and circle around down below and only exit the house out of the open doors?

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